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I'm making a simple php script to read a list of IPs from a file into an array, and ban - exit() - the user if the ip matches. When the IPs are manually typed in the script, it works, i.e.
$banned_ip = '22.214.171.124';
$banned_ip = '126.96.36.199';
But when i stick the addresses in a file, it doesn't seem like its doing the if check.. Here's my code
$banned_ip = file("banlist.txt");
$ip = $_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'];
// Ban if IP matches.
echo "You have been banned!";
where banlist.txt contains an ip address per line. If i add echo $banned_ip; or echo $ip; i get the values i want... so i guess the problem is with the if(in_array(......)
Originally posted by msound lets say:
and you're in /www/html/forum/template, the following should work:
$out = `grep $ip ../../banlist.txt';
Ignoring the typo ' , But i've already tried it. It just won't read banlist.txt at all. Even if its in the current directory or any other. All i get is 'success' even if i stick my ip address in the list, delete the list, rename it, whatever =/
is 192.168.0.69 equal to 192.168.0.69 ? yes!
You have been banned
I guess i could stick to this script, although i'm itching to know why the other one refused to work in certain cases.
edit: hmm, i'd also want to stick an exit(); code with the banned part.
Probably in the if condition, before the break; would be the best place
is 188.8.131.52 equal to 192.168.0.69 ? no
is 184.108.40.206 equal to 192.168.0.69 ? no
is 220.127.116.11 equal to 192.168.0.69 ? no
is 18.104.22.168 equal to 192.168.0.69 ? no
is 22.214.171.124 equal to 192.168.0.69 ? no
is 126.96.36.199 equal to 192.168.0.69 ? no
is 188.8.131.52 equal to 192.168.0.69 ? no
is 184.108.40.206 equal to 192.168.0.69 ? no
is equal to 192.168.0.69 ? no
I should have been more precise
I didn't mean to replace the test :
if(strcmp($ip, $buffer) == 0)
As you pointed out, the script originally tested the empty lines
so I thought that before the test :
if(strcmp($ip, $buffer) == 0)
We could add :
So the loop skips the empty lines