Blocking IP ranges to the Internet
Here is my scenario:
I have setup DHCP on a network with set ranges for valid IPs I want passed out. The range is 192.168.101.75-200
I have noticed that there are certain people on this network (the network is for Internet access) that have statically given themselves IP addresses outside my predefined ranges.
I would like to block them via IPTables so that they cannot get anywhere with their addresses.
Would the following command via IPTables work:
Also what would be the rule to drop traffic from IPs below 75 (except my gateway which is on 192.168.101.1)?
Thanks in advance
Found the answer here is the correct IPTables syntax:
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