Setting Up DNSBL (DNS Blackhole Lists)

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A DNSBL (DNS-based Blackhole List, Block List, or Blacklist) is a list of IP addresses published through the Internet Domain Name Service in a particular format. DNSBLs are most often used to publish the addresses of computers or networks linked to spamming.

Use the options in this section in order to configure the DNS blacklist. To edit the details of an already added DNS Blacklist, hit its corresponding "Edit" button, to delete it click its respective "Delete" button. Available DNS BlackLists can be enabled or disabled by simply clicking on their corresponding "Enable" or "Disable" buttons.

Should you like to add a new DNS Blacklist press the "Add DNS BlackList" button, fill in the "Operator Name" and "DNS BlackList" text boxes, then check the "Enable this Blacklis"t option and hit the "Quick Add" button.

Configure the list of IPs or IP ranges to be skipped by the DNS BlackList lookup by adding the respective IPs in this section. To edit the details of an already added IP or IP range hit its corresponding "Edit" button, to delete it click its respective "Delete" button.

Should you like to add a new safe IP or IP range, hit the "Add IP / Range" button, select one of the available options: Network / Mask, IP Range, or Single IP and fill in its corresponding details in the displayed text box.