[Icecast] Blocking IP addresses on a per mountpoint level

Jeroen van Oosten jvoosten at bankai.nl
Thu Mar 26 13:07:44 UTC 2020

On 26/03/2020 13:49, Chip wrote:
> Thanks.
> Indeed - but is it it possible to block IP addresses on a per
> mountpoint level? For example, my user with /mountpointA.ogg does not
> mind being hammered by connections from [example.com
> <http://example.com>] but my user with /mountpointB.ogg wants to block
> that IP address.

If the mountpoints are at different ports you can specify that in
iptables as well:

iptables -A INPUT -s --dport xxx -j DROP

That will only block connections from that IP address to the given
destionation port.


 - Jeroen

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