An external dynamic list of one type —IP address, URL or Domain—must include entries of that type only.
IP Address List
The external dynamic list can include individual IP addresses, subnet addresses (address/mask), or range of IP addresses. In addition, the block list can include comments and special characters such as * , : , ; , #, or /. The syntax for each line in the list is [IP address, IP/Mask, or IP start range-IP end range] [space] [comment] .
Enter each IP address/range/subnet in a new line; URLs or domains are not supported in this list. A subnet or an IP address range, such as 92.168.20.0/24 or 192.168.20.40-192.168.20.50, count as one IP address entry and not as multiple IP addresses. If you add comments, the comment must be on the same line as the IP address/range/subnet. The space at the end of the IP address is the delimiter that separates a comment from the IP address.
An example IP address list:
192.168.20.10/32
2001:db8:123:1::1 #test IPv6 address
192.168.20.0/24 ; test internal subnet
2001:db8:123:1::/64 test internal IPv6 range
192.168.20.40-192.168.20.50
For an IP address that is blocked, you can display a notification page only if the protocol is HTTP.
Domain List
Enter each domain name in a new line; URLs or IP addresses are not supported in this list. Do not prefix the domain name with the protocol, http:// or https://. Wildcards are not supported.
An example list of domains:
www.example.com
baddomain.com
qqq.abcedfg.au
URL List

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