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Excluding more than one IPs

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Hello! 

 

In the demo I saw how they exclude one IP, but what if I want to exclude more than one, that is possible? and how can I do that?

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Excluding more than one IPs

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Hi :-)


This can be done a few ways
1) More than one exclude filter can be added to a view.

 

2) A custom exclude filter can use a regular expression and different IPs can be seperated with a | character which means "or" eg regular expression ^123\.456\.78$|^098\.765\.432*$ would exclude IPs 123.456.78 or 098.765.432

 

3) If its a range of IPs then a tool to create a regex from the IP range can be used and this can then be added to a custom exclude filter

http://www.analyticsmarket.com/freetools/ipregex

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Accepted by topic author Erika Alejandra V
July

Excluding more than one IPs

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Hi :-)


This can be done a few ways
1) More than one exclude filter can be added to a view.

 

2) A custom exclude filter can use a regular expression and different IPs can be seperated with a | character which means "or" eg regular expression ^123\.456\.78$|^098\.765\.432*$ would exclude IPs 123.456.78 or 098.765.432

 

3) If its a range of IPs then a tool to create a regex from the IP range can be used and this can then be added to a custom exclude filter

http://www.analyticsmarket.com/freetools/ipregex

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