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TOPIC: Redirect Traffic

Redirect Traffic 11 years 2 months ago #22088

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Hey Guys,

Quick security question. If i notice a ip address keeps trying to access my Centos web server. How can i filter that ip address and redirect it to a null or bogus interface. I've been searching for some information on how to carry this out. Thanks alot.

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Re: Redirect Traffic 11 years 2 months ago #22089

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Is there any reason why this cannot be blocked on a firewall ? It doesn't make much sense to me to allow the traffic through to the webserver to then redirect it to a bogus interface because the traffic has already hit that server ?

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Your right, now that i think about it, it should configure my router to drop that ip address. thanks
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