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    Exclamation Anti p2p in private tracker swarms

    Lately I have seen OVH SAS in the swarms in three of my private trackers.
    It's always dvd releases. And it's always the same IP range that's showing in Vuzes ip-filter.
    How they manage to get past peerblock so consistently is very strange and worrying. If you see any IP from this range connected you must ban it.

    The range is: 91.121.122.198 - 121.122.202

    The trackers are: tdc, nb and tik.
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    Perhaps they're OVH seedboxes? I mean, I got tons of those when leeching from ScT.

    How they manage to get past peerblock so consistently is very strange and worrying.
    PG's official list is probably not blocking them, and that's how they "get past" it.
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    I have 34 lists in pb.
    One is the level 1 which is in both pb and Vuze. this shouldn't happen. It's the same list.
    Anyway it clearly says anti p2p in the ip-filter in Vuze
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    I forgot to say, if it's an outgoing connection that's blocked, Azureus will do it before PeerBlock does.

    I use eMuLeecher's IP Filter and it indeed lists the ranges as "Anti-p2p". Well, OVH indeed doesn't like that their root servers are used for filesharing.
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    It first show as son as the dl is announced. Clearly not an uploading connection.
    In thost torrents i have "no upload" to be safer. They still show in the filter.

    The point is:
    this can be dangerous.
    They clearly know who's dl the movies.

    This is a change from before.
    Never saw before the last weeks. The ovh sas I mean.

    Normal boxes are showing lots of times every day. Not just for specific dvds
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    Clearly not an uploading connection.
    It doesn't have to be one - you start the torrent, the tracker returns one of those IPs, you try to connect to it to download but the Vuze built-in IP filtering blocks it.

    The point is:
    this can be dangerous.
    They clearly know who's dl the movies.
    You may be right. It'd be good to know exactly why OVH SAS was flagged as anti-P2P in the IPFilter, but better safe than sorry.
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    It doesn't have to be one - you start the torrent, the tracker returns one of those IPs, you try to connect to it to download but the Vuze built-in IP filtering blocks it.


    You may be partly right, but sometimes the block is only twice. At start and finish.
    Other times it may be like you say
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grambo View Post
    You may be partly right, but sometimes the block is only twice. At start and finish.
    I see... can you PM me the announce URLs of the trackers you're having this problem with? I want to check something.
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    w/o the passkey?
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    You can conceal it if you want
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    Will do it later. thanks
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