That's interesting - is there an online open database of such - or
indeed is it worth starting one?
On 5/30/05, Owen Connolly <ojc at networkarchitects.ie> wrote:
> Nope... This ain't daft, it's actually common practice. It's frequently
> done for licensing reasons by Television/Radio Stations. There are
> commercial products that perform this kind of function, but it can also
> patched together with a few choice whois queries...
>> Frank Duignan wrote:
> > Does anyone know if is possible to restrict access to hosts from within Ireland
> > only? The reason I ask is that I've noticed most breakin attempts on machines
> > I manage emanate from abroad. I was sort of thinking of allowing access only
> > to hosts within know irish ip-address ranges (or is this daft?)
> > f.
> Owen J Connolly
> Technical Director
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