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Need urgent assistant here please.

I need to block an IP address which contains 213.136 (213.136.110.134) the first six digit from signing up my site because this user has been causing a nuisance, I blocked his IP adress but make not use because this user is not using static IP address.. but the first 6 digit is the same no change.


Can someone write me a simple script that if the remote ip contain the first 6 digit, that prevent it from proceed?

I just need something like:

if($REMOTE_ADDR=="213.136 //or how I don't know not"){

  echo "YOU ARE BLOCKED PERMANENTLY!";

}

Or someone have better ideals?



HELP please! My members are complaining.. thank you.


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Question by:vince2874
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by:lozloz
ID: 9635447
$addr = substr($_SERVER["REMOTE_ADDR"], 7);
if($addr == "213.136") {
  die("YOU ARE BLOCKED PERMANENTLY!");
}

i think

cheers,

loz
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by:lozloz
ID: 9635451
$addr = substr($_ENV["REMOTE_ADDR"], 7);
if($addr == "213.136") {
  die("YOU ARE BLOCKED PERMANENTLY!");
}

that's the one
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by:shmert
ID: 9635545
Keep in mind that this could very well block legitimate users also.  Those 6 digits encompass a large range of IP addresses.  Requiring some sort of email verification for logging in is a good way to prevent this kind of stuff from happening.  Sorry you're having this kind of trouble, sounds miserable.
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by:vince2874
ID: 9635546
Hi.. I tried it blocking my own ip address, with the first 6 digits or the full ip address it cannot work, any helps?
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by:vince2874
ID: 9635565
shmert,

yes... is really miserable having this kind of issues... I really don;t know what to do now..email verification also can't really help because they are using free email account from yahoo, hotmail..
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by:vince2874
ID: 9635592
No choice for the time been I have to ban this range of users.. if not the issus cannot be controlled
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by:lozloz
ID: 9635605
<?
$ip = getenv("REMOTE_ADDR");
$addr = substr($ip, 7);
if($addr == "213.136") {
  die("YOU ARE BLOCKED PERMANENTLY!");
}
?>

that should work
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by:vince2874
ID: 9635644
lozloz,

is not working also. I still can access the page
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by:lozloz
ID: 9635657
did you change the ip to your own?

do a test by simply doing

<?
$ip = getenv("REMOTE_ADDR");
print $ip;
?>

to see if your ip is being given.. if this bit works then the rest of it should do
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lozloz earned 125 total points
ID: 9635687
if not, try this:

<?
function GetIP()
{
    if (getenv("HTTP_CLIENT_IP") && strcasecmp(getenv("HTTP_CLIENT_IP"), "unknown"))
            $ip = getenv("HTTP_CLIENT_IP");
        else if (getenv("HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR") && strcasecmp(getenv("HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR"), "unknown"))
            $ip = getenv("HTTP_X_FORWARDED_FOR");
        else if (getenv("REMOTE_ADDR") && strcasecmp(getenv("REMOTE_ADDR"), "unknown"))
            $ip = getenv("REMOTE_ADDR");
        else if (isset($_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR']) && $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'] && strcasecmp($_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'], "unknown"))
            $ip = $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'];
        else
            $ip = "unknown";
    return($ip);
}/*-------GetIP()-------*/
$ip = GetIP();
$addr = substr($ip, 7);
if($addr == "213.136") {
  die("YOU ARE BLOCKED PERMANENTLY!");
}
print $ip;
?>
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by:vince2874
ID: 9635702
I checked my own ip and I did not changed it.

Ok I tested the other code now give me a sec thanks
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by:vince2874
ID: 9635796
strange why now I can't block my full ip address?

I tested with the print $ip adddress and do it this way

f($REMOTE_ADDR == "xxx.xxx.x.xx") {
die("YOU ARE BLOCKED PERMANENTLY!");
}

can't work also.. what went wrong?
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by:vince2874
ID: 9635920
lozloz,

it works now, thanks for the help!
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by:lozloz
ID: 9635923
i dont understand.. do you want to block your own ip address with my script? if you do, you want to get rid of the substr function which cuts it down to the first 6 digits so it should be:

$ip = GetIP();
$addr = $ip;
if($addr == "xxx.xxx.x.xx") {
  die("YOU ARE BLOCKED PERMANENTLY!");
}
print $ip;
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by:vince2874
ID: 9635975
lozloz,

Thanks, your previous code works!
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by:lozloz
ID: 9636056
no probs
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