Changes between Version 10 and Version 11 of MovedToGitHub/Blocklists


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Nov 7, 2010, 2:49:58 AM (12 years ago)
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    55== What blocklist does Transmission Use? ==
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    7 There is no standard format for these blocklists, but Transmission supports the two most commonly-used formats.  Both of them are text files in which each line contains a range of IPv4 "dotted quad" addresses to block and an optional comment.  Here is an example of a rule in these two supported formats:
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    9     * {{{invalid ip:000.000.000.000-000.255.255.255}}}
    10     * {{{000.000.000.000 - 000.255.255.255 , 000 , invalid ip}}}
     7Transmission supports the [http://wiki.phoenixlabs.org/wiki/P2P_Format P2P Plaintext Format], which is used by PeerGuardian, Bluetack, Vuze, ProtoWall, and KTorrent, and the [http://wiki.phoenixlabs.org/wiki/DAT_Format DAT format], which was originally made popular by eMule.
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    129The Transmission Project does not evaluate or endorse any specific blocklists.  If you do not know what blocklist to use, you might [http://www.google.com/search?q=blocklist+url read about some third-party blocklists] and evaluate them on your own.