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List of OVH 'internal' IPs?


Thelen
01-01-2011, 04:46
Quote Originally Posted by Winit
He wants to block bittorrent traffic to/from external IPs.
Quite the opposite actually. We don't want to block anything, just do some things with packets destined to the internal network vs external.

zydron
28-12-2010, 18:26
OVH <> OVH

(dedicated servers communicating with each other) uses the normal EXTERNAL ip address

Winit
28-12-2010, 15:11
He wants to block bittorrent traffic to/from external IPs.

zydron
28-12-2010, 11:34
10.0.0.0/8 I suppose (there are multiple 10.0.0.0 networks btw at OVH)

Thelen
28-12-2010, 03:50
You all seemed to COMPLETELY miss the point lol.

I was after the internal IP as OVH SEES THEM WITH REGARDS TO INTERNAL TRAFFIC :P

makno
27-12-2010, 23:23
i was wondering the same...

RapidSpeeds
27-12-2010, 21:54
Quote Originally Posted by freshwire
He just wants to send us some packets of love
lol

freshwire
27-12-2010, 19:37
Quote Originally Posted by Razakel
Although I would like to know exactly what you want this for...
He just wants to send us some packets of love

Razakel
27-12-2010, 18:44
Quote Originally Posted by Myatu
If you need a list of all of OVH's public IPs - including ones redelegated to customers - run this from the shell:

Code:
whois -i mnt-by OVH-MNT -T inetnum -K -h whois.ripe.net
That won't give you all of it, you'll hit the query results limit.

However, you can grab the RIPE database here:
ftp://ftp.ripe.net/ripe/dbase/

"ripe.db.gz" is the file you want, though the "split" folder contains another copy of it split up by object type. You will need to write some scripts to parse it all (it's a full text dump, not SQL) or build the whois server in the "software" folder.

Although I would like to know exactly what you want this for...

Myatu
27-12-2010, 14:36
Well, I don't think it can get any more official than asking RIPE tbh, but what are you planning to do as perhaps there's a better solution? (And remember, IP assignments constantly change).

Thelen
27-12-2010, 14:27
Yea I have all those, I'd rather OVH confirmation though, as thousands are at stake >_>

I would have thought it would be part of their API, but apparently not

Myatu
27-12-2010, 12:07
If you need a list of all of OVH's public IPs - including ones redelegated to customers - run this from the shell:

Code:
whois -i mnt-by OVH-MNT -T inetnum -K -h whois.ripe.net

unclebob
27-12-2010, 11:34
I'm not sure I understand what you mean by 'internal' IPs, but as far as I know OVH's IP ranges are:

91.121.0.0/16
94.23.0.0/16
178.32.0.0/15
188.165.0.0/16
213.186.32.0/19
213.251.128.0/18

Thelen
27-12-2010, 10:35
So far I've just been using a couple general lists, including ones from spam places, p2p places like peerguardian etc, and whenever I see an OVH server name.

Just wondering if someone from OVH can dump a full/proper list (presumably which they have on their routers for traffic counting etc)?