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    Block BT Download

    I want to setup a firewall so i am alboe to block the BT coming in or Out, Got Wl500B, Wl500G and Wl500G Deluxe,

    clients are using Utorrent, Bitcomet, Azureus, Bitlord

    I would like to get some help on this, can any one tell me, what port should i be blocking as clients use random ports

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    You should probably look for some QoS scripts that uses L7 filters, and use thoose filters to block the BT Traffic.
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    http://www.macsat.com - Tutorials and information on using ASUS WL-500G and family.

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    And where can i find it

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    Layer 7

    Anybody have skill with install Layer 7 on asus wl500? I research the all net but witout success. Is possible install Layer 7 on asus?

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    the simplest way is to block access to trackers with editing /etc/hosts on router and adding

    127.0.0.1 some.tracker.com
    127.0.0.1 another.tracker.com

    This works if router is DNS.

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    good thing, but wath to do when i would block from 7:00 to 23:00 hours

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    use cron for dns swapping and use
    Code:
    killall -HUP dnsmasq

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    i have not find any "tracer.com", can you help me

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    i have fount this http://wiki.openwrt.org/MiniHowtos/Q...67618480c06fb3, but this is for openwrt, and i use olegs firmware. can i use this?

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    yes. Use post-firewall script and look how to setup flashfs filesystem on http://wl500g.dyndns.org

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    i think is not so easy. openwrt heve patched kernel and layer7 filter installed, and when you have this all then you can modifi the post-firewall. without this is unnecessary remake it. can anyone modify this all for working on olegs firmware

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    i cannot change the /etc/hosts. when i change it, and then reboot the system my settings will be lost. pleas help.
    Last edited by yeager; 10-08-2006 at 20:50.

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    For OpenWrt there are QoS scripts that uses Layer 7. Theese can be used for blocking traffic as well.


    Quote Originally Posted by yeager
    Anybody have skill with install Layer 7 on asus wl500? I research the all net but witout success. Is possible install Layer 7 on asus?
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeager
    i cannot change the /etc/hosts. when i change it, and then reboot the system my settings will be lost. pleas help.
    Code:
    echo "/etc/hosts" >> /usr/local/.files
    flashfs save
    flashfs commit

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    Quote Originally Posted by macsat
    For OpenWrt there are QoS scripts that uses Layer 7. Theese can be used for blocking traffic as well.
    but i use olegs firmware, this script works only under opewrt?
    Last edited by yeager; 11-08-2006 at 16:52.

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