IPv6 black lists?

Jeroen Massar jeroen at unfix.org
Wed Mar 10 13:06:35 CET 2010

Mohacsi Janos wrote:
> What about stopping this happen at the end system: preventing changing
> IP addresses machines too often? Ther is already tool for monitoring
> such an activity.....

If you would control that network you would indeed not have that
problem. If a /48 gets pushed to the user there is little (except for
blocking/disabling) the upstream ISP can do.

The method of raise the level after X hits from a certain prefix will
solve this nicely.

ISPs which respond to abuse and keep their networks clean won't get
listed, ISPs who don't care will be listed. Simple.

Simple solution: care and clean up and don't get listed ;)


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