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    Posted: 19 July 2007 at 11:11am

Is there a limit to how many IP's can be placed in the "Donothoneypot" entry?

The situation is that I want to add ALL of aol's servers to the DoNotHoneypot list but still want normal filtering other than that.  The list of valid aol IP's is formidable



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I'm afraid we don't have an answer on this one. In theory it was designed to handle just a handful of entries, which is why all entries are specified in one line. The limitation will likely be in how many characters Windows allows in a single line in .ini files.
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