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-====== ​ip.can ​====== +====== ​IP Address Filter ​====== 
-The ''​ip.can''​ is an optional configuration file located in the Synchronet ''​[[dir:​text]]''​ directory.+The ''​ip.can'' ​file is an optional configuration file located in the Synchronet ''​[[dir:​text]]''​ directory.
  
-This file contains IP addresses for which Synchronet [[:​server:​|servers]] and dynamic [[:​service:​|services]] will not allow incoming ​connnections. Note: static services may or may not filter connections based on this file depending on the design of the static service.+This file contains IP addresses for which Synchronet [[:​server:​|servers]] and dynamic [[:​service:​|services]] will not allow incoming ​connections. Note: static services may or may not filter connections based on this file depending on the design of the static service.
  
 The file can be created or edited using most any common text editor. The contents of the file conform to the Synchronet [[config:​filter files]] syntax to support wildcards (e.g. blocks of IP addresses) and comments. The file can be created or edited using most any common text editor. The contents of the file conform to the Synchronet [[config:​filter files]] syntax to support wildcards (e.g. blocks of IP addresses) and comments.
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   - The JavaScript ''​system.filter_ip()''​ method is used in a Synchronet service or module to block a specific IP address   - The JavaScript ''​system.filter_ip()''​ method is used in a Synchronet service or module to block a specific IP address
  
-Note: there is currently no mechanism to automatically //remove// blocked IP addressess ​from the file (e.g. after a certain period of time).+Note: there is currently no mechanism to automatically //remove// blocked IP addresses ​from the file (e.g. after a certain period of time).
  
 Rejected connections will be logged. Example: Rejected connections will be logged. Example:
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   * [[:​config:​|Configuration]]   * [[:​config:​|Configuration]]
  
-{{tag>}}+{{tag>filters}}
  

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