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Re: regarding blocking of connections

You can't implement IPCHAINS as a non-privileged user.

# Indraneel Majumdar	   #  E-mail: indraneel@xxxxxxxxxxxx	  #
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On Fri, 28 Apr 2000, sankar magadevan wrote:

> I am non previeliged user in my college system.As a student we used to share 
> same user account.The problem is people used to chat in that account in a 
> indecent way.This indecency made our people from connecting to 
> morechat.talkcity.com as well as chat.talkcity.com.Now they used to connect to 
> some other server like irc.dal.net.I generally hate pupils chat from free 
> internet connection like in colleges and workplaces.The problem here is we 
> other users ,in urgent need of internet may not able to avail the system.Even 
> Though the chat script is removed from the system ,this fools used to download 
> binaries from some site used to chat.There is no point in removing the scripts 
> they have downloaded,because they have more number of copies of the software 
> in different places.
> The best option should be to filter the tcp connection requiring destination 
> host port as 6667 or 7000.I know ipchains will help in this regard.I need your 
> help in devising any novel way to make this fools away from chatting.
> Thanks in advance
> kamesh jayachandran
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