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Re: Blocking Entire Network

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  • Harvey Smith
    ... No not really, it doesn t get picked up automatically like the hash tables, but the smtpd processes are relatively short lived. -- Harvey
    Message 1 of 9 , Apr 1, 2006
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      On Sat, Apr 01, 2006 at 01:01:55AM +0200, mouss wrote:
      > John Beaver wrote:
      > >Elijah Savage wrote:
      > >>George Rae wrote:
      > >>>Is it possible to block an entire network (Class C) with REJECT in the
      > >>>access file.
      > >>>
      > >If you have to do it within postfix (i.e. no firewall available), you
      > >can do this. Use the CIDR table, makes it very easy and also doesn't
      > >require a postfix reload when making changes to the file.
      >
      > cidr does require postfix reload.

      No not really, it doesn't get picked up automatically like the hash
      tables, but the smtpd processes are relatively short lived.

      --
      Harvey
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