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#272801 16-Jul-2020 19:57
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Hi
 
I'm trying to get an official list of IPs used by Spark but the closest I can find so far is via ipinfo.io eg 122.58.88.0/21
 
Does anyone know if there's a better source of IP addresses used by Spark?  I'm trying to create an allow list for devices connecting to a network from a Spark IP, an official list would be very helpful if you know of one.

 

 

 

Kind regards

 

 

 

 

 

Craig


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  #2524328 16-Jul-2020 20:25
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are you REALLY sure you want to do this?

 

This will be a nightmare to maintain, but, if it floats your boat

 

https://ipinfo.io/AS4771

 

 


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  #2524380 16-Jul-2020 21:04
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nztim:

 

are you REALLY sure you want to do this?

 

This will be a nightmare to maintain, but, if it floats your boat

 

https://ipinfo.io/AS4771

 

 

 

 

Im with @nztim on this one


 
 
 
 


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  #2524383 16-Jul-2020 21:08
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sparkz25:

nztim:


are you REALLY sure you want to do this?


This will be a nightmare to maintain, but, if it floats your boat


https://ipinfo.io/AS4771


 



Im with @nztim on this one



He asked the same question in the Vodafone Forum for their IP addresses

OP: Why don't you just get a UTM firewalland Geo Block Countries, the license subscription will be cheaper than the manual labour involved to keep this maintained

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He asked the same question in the Vodafone Forum for their IP addresses

OP: Why don't you just get a UTM firewalland Geo Block Countries, the license subscription will be cheaper than the manual labour involved to keep this maintained

 

 

 

Country blocking would make more sense!


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  #2524391 16-Jul-2020 21:22
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This is a silly idea as IP ranges change, Go back to the drawing board and rethink this!


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  #2524401 16-Jul-2020 21:38
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nztim:

 

are you REALLY sure you want to do this?

 

This will be a nightmare to maintain, but, if it floats your boat

 

https://ipinfo.io/AS4771

 

 

 

 

 

 

My boat floats, I've got a fishing line off one side waiting for the big one to strike!


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  #2524425 16-Jul-2020 21:56
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gareth41:

nztim:


are you REALLY sure you want to do this?


This will be a nightmare to maintain, but, if it floats your boat


https://ipinfo.io/AS4771


 



 


My boat floats, I've got a fishing line off one side waiting for the big one to strike!



there are some /19s in that pond - those are some rather large fish!

 
 
 
 


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  #2525080 18-Jul-2020 10:41
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Thanks nztim and sparkz25 - looks like ipinfo.io might be the way to go as suspected

 

 

 

sparkz25:

 

nztim:

 

are you REALLY sure you want to do this?

 

This will be a nightmare to maintain, but, if it floats your boat

 

https://ipinfo.io/AS4771

 

 

 

 

Im with @nztim on this one

 


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  #2525082 18-Jul-2020 10:50
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nztim:

 

are you REALLY sure you want to do this?

 

This will be a nightmare to maintain, but, if it floats your boat

 

https://ipinfo.io/AS4771

 

 

 

 

Its a leaky boat :-)  That list stops at 122, there are more, as you can see by the hosting list, I can think of a few ranges off the top of my head that are not there. 


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  #2525177 18-Jul-2020 13:54
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tdgeek:

 

nztim:

 

are you REALLY sure you want to do this?

 

This will be a nightmare to maintain, but, if it floats your boat

 

https://ipinfo.io/AS4771

 

 

Its a leaky boat :-)  That list stops at 122, there are more, as you can see by the hosting list, I can think of a few ranges off the top of my head that are not there. 

 

 

They must be advertised under a different ASN then :)


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  #2525183 18-Jul-2020 14:08
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nztim:

 

They must be advertised under a different ASN then :)

 

 

Nope  :-)

 

Mine currently is a 222.152 and is also 4771.  I took it that when you clicked the 100 more, it reached a limit as it went from largest being 115 to being 122, that's how it seemed

 

(Edit, I have a work involvement with Spark IP's, so not assuming/guessing)


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  #2525204 18-Jul-2020 14:47
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Out of interest OP, what are you trying to achieve? @djmoz





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  #2525292 18-Jul-2020 18:45
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antonknee:

Out of interest OP, what are you trying to achieve? @djmoz



Probably create filter allow rules based on certain RSP / NZ IP addresses

As mentioned the best way to do this is to invest in a UTM firewall which does have a yearly subscription but allows you to write firewall rules based on Countries / ASNs that are dynamically updated without manual intervention

Sonicwall//fortinet/sophos are three common brands of UTM firewall that do this



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  #2525298 18-Jul-2020 19:01
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tdgeek:

nztim:


They must be advertised under a different ASN then :)



Nope  :-)


Mine currently is a 222.152 and is also 4771.  I took it that when you clicked the 100 more, it reached a limit as it went from largest being 115 to being 122, that's how it seemed


(Edit, I have a work involvement with Spark IP's, so not assuming/guessing)



This one shows them all

https://bgp.he.net/AS4771#_prefixes



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  #2525307 18-Jul-2020 19:34
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This one shows them all

https://bgp.he.net/AS4771#_prefixes


 

Yep looks like it


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