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My above code is absolute nonsense and was just a quick hack
This should do it now on the specified ranges:
my $regex = qr/ ( 123\.145\.14[6-9]\.2 # match first specified range | # or # second specified range: 135\.168\. # <= first 2 octets (?: # 3rd octet: 1 (?: 0[0-9]|1[0-5] ) # 100 - 109 or 110 - 115 | # or [1-9][0-9] # 10 - 99 ) \. # 4th octet: (?: (?:1[01][0-9]|12[0-5]) # 100 - 119 or 120 - 125 | # or [0-9][0-9]? # 0 - 99 ) $ # end of string ) /ox;

I'm all puzzled now!


In reply to Re^4: IP Filtering RegEx needed by Dietz
in thread IP Filtering RegEx needed by Anonymous Monk

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