For a WatchGuard, all one has to do is get the file into text that has only
the IP addresses. I just open it in Excel and choose a semi-colon as the
delimiter, which makes it into two columns. I delete the second column, save
it, then use it to import into the WG in one big chunk.
If you look at the list, you will see that the IP that Russ posted isn't
there, but it can be added manually.
Gregg's pet peeves:
First of all, what does a peeve look like, and why would anyone want one as
Peeve #1: Apostrophes: when in doubt, leave them out! You will be correct
more often than not.
Its = Belonging to it. For example, "Look at the sky. Its color is blue."
It's = It is. For example, "It's hot today."
It's = It has. For example, "It's been nice talking to you."
Its' = completely incorrect usage. Stop it!
Peeve #2: Your vs. You're
"Your" means belonging to you, as in, "It's your truck."
"You're" means "You are." Example, you're probably about ready to throttle
me for this peeve!
"Ace Fekay [MVP-DS, MCT]" <aceman@newsgroup> wrote in message
> "Gregg Hill" <greggmhill at please do not spam me at yahoo dot com> wrote
> in message news:eH%23hXvDtKHA.3904@newsgroup
>> "DROP" list. Sheesh...if only I could type!
> I was wondering what that meant! LOL!
> As for the list, there are quite a bit to enter manually into a PIX. Maybe
> create a 'deny' group, and put them in, but I still have to get them in
> somehow and not spend two hours typing them in. :-)
> Thanks for the link, Gregg!