[squid-users] Good Home Cable Modem Blacklist

Benjamin E. Nichols webmaster at squidblacklist.org
Mon Jun 27 17:27:31 UTC 2016

It would also be trivial to gather up all known ip ranges issued to 
consumer cable isps and convert them to a domain name acl compatible format.

I will put it on the whiteboard.

On 6/27/2016 12:21 PM, Antony Stone wrote:
> On Monday 27 June 2016 at 19:06:17, Michael Pelletier wrote:
>> Does anyone know of a good blacklist of home cable modems?
> I don't think you'll get any list of *home* cable modems, which excludes small
> business connections as well.
> Also, with a lot of ISPs, I don't think you'll get a list of *cable* modems,
> separate from DSL modems; many of them use combined DHCP pools for both.
> However, depending on what your reason for needing such a list is, you might
> find that a sufficiently effective solution is to do a reverse DNS lookup on an IP
> address and look for any of:
> 	cable
> 	dsl
> 	dynamic
> 	pool
> as discrete words (often in a format such as "cable-79-35-42-183.isp.com").

> Hope that helps,
> Antony.


Benjamin E. Nichols


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