Noel Jones: > This looks like a useful concept. If we use "*" as an octet > wildcard, we'll need to use something else as the weight modifier. > dnsbl_site=127.0.*.3w1 seems reasonable.
On 8/26/2010 2:28 PM, Wietse Venema wrote: > You can't use an alphanumerical operator such as "w", because the > "=127.0.*.3" portion is optional. Noel Jones: > Rats. =127.0.*.3^1 maybe? Your suggestion? * is such a > natural wildcard I would hate to use something else for the octet. Use "*" for the multiplier and "?" for the wildcard? Another idea is to implement wildcards with net/mask patterns: example.com=127.0.0.3/255.255.0.255*1 The more precise solution is to implement wildcards with ranges: example.com=127.0.[0-128].3*1 example.com=127.0.[0-5,6-9].3*1 Wietse