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mod_access_rbl intended for use with the Apache HTTP server, is based on the module mod_access and is distributed under the same copy
mod_access_rbl intended for use with the Apache HTTP server, is based on the module mod_access and is distributed under the same copyright.
mod_access_rbl is a superset replacement for mod_access. Both modules cannot be used at the same time.
Source and a readme file are available from http://www.blars.org/mod_access_rbl.tar.gz (This document is more up to date than the README.)
This document is aimed at people already familiar with compiling, installing, and configuring Apache httpd. Please refer to the Apache documentation if your are not familiar with it.
Use the options --disable-module=access --add-module=mod_access_rbl.c to configure then build as normal.
This adds the options:
allow via dns-server
deny via dns-server
that can be used anywhere other allow and deny statements can be. The dns-server can be any dns server that answers queries like the MAPS RBL server. (The IP address of the client, with the quads reversed, is prepended before any dns lookup. If an address is returned, there is a match.)
allow from all
deny via rbl.maps.vix.com
This will deny all requests from systems listed in the MAPS RBL. See http://mail-abuse.org/rbl/ for details on the MAPS RBL project.
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