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  1. Websupporter (@websupporter)
    Websupporter (@websupporter) November 24, 2015 at 04:05 | | Reply

    Hi Rafay,
    this is an interesting idea. Haven’t thought about this yet. But, honestly, who uses static IP addresses? I don’t think, these are a lot of people. It would be interesting to see, how to restrict the access to a range of IP-addresses like: only access to the IP addresses from xxx to yyy, so I could cover the range, I am located in.

  2. Oliver
    Oliver November 25, 2015 at 07:15 | | Reply

    Same as Websupporter, the only thing that won’t change in my IP is the first set of numbers (95.something.something.something).

    It’s just a suggestion, but I think your article would have been more complete if you had mentioned if it’s possible to use wildcards or such 🙂

  3. ramonfincken
    ramonfincken December 3, 2015 at 01:11 | | Reply

    You are forgetting ajax calls here ..
    wildcards should be possible -> aaa.bbb.ccc.ddd can be written as aaa.bbb.ccc or aaa.bbb.ccc.
    (try it out!)

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