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    Hello everyone

    please help me fast
    some on in my forum and make a flood in Registration .. how can i ban his IP
    ...

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    bahaa1, bahaa10, bahaa12, bahaa13, bahaa14, bahaa15, bahaa16, bahaa17, bahaa18, bahaa19, bahaa2, bahaa20, bahaa21, bahaa22, bahaa23, bahaa24, bahaa25, bahaa26, bahaa27, bahaa28, bahaa29, bahaa3, bahaa30, bahaa31, bahaa32, bahaa33, bahaa34, bahaa35, bahaa36, bahaa37, bahaa38, bahaa39, bahaa4, bahaa40, bahaa41, bahaa42, bahaa43, bahaa44, bahaa45, bahaa46, bahaa47, bahaa48, bahaa49, bahaa5, bahaa50, bahaa6, bahaa7, bahaa8, bahaa9, ÇáÇÓÏ ÇáÇæá, dawood, dhjthebest, elkordy,
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    he make more than 50 registration from the Same ip

    please help me anyone
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  • #2
    Get his IP and ban his range.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by TheFrienzNetwork View Post
      Get his IP and ban his range.

      please Sir ... tell me steps ...
      one by one ...
      i can get his ip
      but from where i can ban him
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      • #4
        anyone can help me
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        • #5
          In your

          AdminCP -> vBulletin Options -> User Banning Options -> Banned IP Addresses
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          • #6
            When you ban an IP is the IP specific to that individual user?

            I would hate to find out that I have banned an entire domain or company that shares an IP.

            What kind of message does the person that is banned via IP get when they visit the site?

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            • #7
              The IP is specific to that one person, unless you ban a range. Say he has 127.0.0.1 and he has a dynamic IP. You would want to do a range of 127.0.0.* or 127.0.*.*

              If you go to any of the higher octets, then there is a high probability that you will ban many other people.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Gaia View Post
                The IP is specific to that one person, unless you ban a range. Say he has 127.0.0.1 and he has a dynamic IP. You would want to do a range of 127.0.0.* or 127.0.*.*
                Are you sure that using a wildcard in that method will only ban the one user?

                Can't there be multiple users in that range?

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                • #9
                  There are only certain subnets that a single person can be apart of for an IP.

                  It's more of a risk that you will ban someone else when working with dynamic IP's, but if you keep it down to the last octet ( 127.0.0.*), then there shouldn't be anything to worry about.

                  I'm pretty sure you can ban with 127.0.*.* without any issues to others but i'm not 100% positive.
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                  • #10
                    Don't use *. Use: 127.0.
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                    • #11
                      Ah yes, sorry for any confusion, I was just using '*' to show the octets.
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                      • #12
                        I ended up banning a IP like: 165.206.xxx.xxx

                        and it affected multiple users (some that I know personally and they don't share an account).

                        Any idea why?

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                        • #13
                          I ended up banning a IP like: 165.206.xxx.xxx

                          and it affected multiple users (some that I know personally and they don't share an account).

                          Why is that?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by rnmcd View Post
                            I ended up banning a IP like: 165.206.xxx.xxx

                            and it affected multiple users (some that I know personally and they don't share an account).

                            Why is that?
                            presuming the person you want to ban is at 165.206.999.128

                            try 165.206.999.

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                            • #15
                              But won't that ban all the users on 165.206.999.128?

                              I found out that over 5,000 users share: 165.206.999.128.

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