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dcs18

"Compilation Of Tutorials, Guides, Tips & Updates"

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Zarko    154
Zarko

Yeaaah thats it. Call home now IDM if you can :duh:

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sirri    568
sirri
207.44.199.159

207.44.199.16


what about those ?

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dcs18    12,665
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207.44.199.159
207.44.199.16
what about those ?

Accepted and updated.

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iih1    7,036
iih1

Should be made as below?? @dcs18 otherwise IDM back home call home..

Firewall..block Inbound outbound

50.22.78.28 #Tonec Home Offshore software development
50.22.78.29 #Not Found Apache Redhat server
50.22.78.31 #Not Found Apache Redhat server
50.97.41.98 #Not Found Apache Redhat server
50.97.82.44 #?

69.41.163.49 #Red Hat Linux Test Page Apache Http server
69.41.163.149 #Red Hat Linux Test Page Apache Http server

173.255.137.80 #?
173.255.134.84 #?
174.127.73.80 #?
174.127.73.85 #?
184.173.188.104 #Home
184.173.188.106 #Home

184.173.188.107 #Home
202.134.64.74 #?
207.44.199.16 #Accepted?
207.44.199.159 #updated?

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dcs18    12,665
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@ iih1

Have just added an illustration for Users of WFC - check out my OP. ;)

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Dodel    396
Dodel
207.44.199.159
207.44.199.16
what about those ?

Accepted and updated.

should read 207.44.199.165

Also found there's already a thread on this with some IP's not listed here :- //www.nsaneforums.com/topic/14234-internet-download-manager-515-build-3/

75.125.34.148

75.125.34.157

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Dodel

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dcs18    12,665
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207.44.199.159

207.44.199.16

what about those ?

Accepted and updated.
should read 207.44.199.165

Both 165 and 16, as well - seem legit. :)

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Zarko    154
Zarko
207.44.199.159
207.44.199.16
what about those ?

are they old, now is 184.173.188.107 registeridm.com ?

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Dodel    396
Dodel

Potentially 2 more :-

205.199.44.156 registeridm.com
205.199.44.16 registeridm.com

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Dodel    396
Dodel

A nice site where I usually do my IP lookup is:--

http://www.ip2location.com/free.asp

yeah something I use myself, but I'm in work, and they'll be wondering why I'm doing IP lookups out of out range :rolleyes:

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iih1    7,036
iih1

@dcs18 i appreciate your effort good and complete tuto also for other member.

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dcs18    12,665
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When I started out on my own, I realized that the most dangerously important IP was 184.173.188.104 - check out my notes:—

Spoiler

50.22.78.28

mirror4.tonec.com
tonec.com
www.tonec.com

 

50.22.78.29

mirror4.internetdownloadmanager.com

 

50.22.78.31

data.internetdownloadmanager.com

 

50.97.41.98

star.tonec.com

 

50.97.82.44

mirror2.internetdownloadmanager.com

 

69.41.163.49

mirror.tonec.com

 

69.41.163.149

mirror.internetdownloadmanager.com

 

173.255.137.80

mirror5.internetdownloadmanager.com

 

173.255.134.84

mirror5.tonec.com

 

174.127.73.80

mirror3.tonec.com

 

174.127.73.85

mirror3.internetdownloadmanager.com

174.133.70.98

174.133.70.101

 

184.173.188.104

internetdownloadmanager.com,
mirror6.internetdownloadmanager.com,
www.internetdownloadmanager.com
www.mirror2.internetdownloadmanager.com
www.mirror5.internetdownloadmanager.com
www.mirror6.internetdownloadmanager.com

 

184.173.188.106

secure.internetdownloadmanager.com

 

184.173.188.107

registeridm.com
secure.registeridm.com
www.registeridm.com
www.secure.registeridm.com

 

202.134.64.74

rev.dyxnet.com

 

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Zarko    154
Zarko

this is very useful

When I started out on my own, I realized that the most dangerously important IP was 184.173.188.104 - check out my notes:--

this is very useful

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dcs18    12,665
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@dcs18 i appreciate your effort good and complete tuto also for other member.

Just testing the waters, here - if it is well taken by our members, shall add some more illustrations and maybe then the staff might consider shifting it to the tutorial section. :dunno:

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Rok    448
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When I started out on my own, I realized that the most dangerously important IP was 184.173.188.104

yeah, it's the most important IP of the IDM lot, and is involved in getting you updates. When blocked, you cann't update IDM from inside the "check update tool". I already had half-of-the IP's blocked here. Now, adding few more from your useful post @dcs18.

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dcs18    12,665
dcs18

Complete set of (illustrated) rules added for the benefit of Users of Windows Firewall Control. ^_^

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software182    5,386
software182

Good job Configurator :rockon:

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ramiz0    1,066
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@ iih1

Have just added an illustration for Users of WFC - check out my OP. ;)

and what about for other firewalls are these rules applicable for other firewalls too?

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dcs18    12,665
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@ iih1

Have just added an illustration for Users of WFC - check out my OP. ;)

and what about for other firewalls are these rules applicable for other firewalls too?

Oh yes, one can use any firewall - the Windows Firewall Control is just an example. :)

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exodius    536
exodius

@dcs18 Do I need WFC to use this method? Would it work if I only use native w7 firewall?

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