ALCoholIC author Aug 30 @ 10:50am
Is there a way to block/blacklist servers that dont allow return to lobby votes?
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Aug 30 @ 11:01am 
ikr .... everytime it happen im all like, "Oh crap, ITS A TARP!".
HK-47 Aug 30 @ 1:50pm 
There is a way.

If you have a higher-end router with firewall you can blacklist the IP ranges which host bad servers. If you don't, then you can use some free firewall on PC and accomplish the same.

If you are interested I have already compiled a blocklist of servers which:

1. Have wrong difficulty set (famouse z_difficulty normal in autoexec.cfg).
2. Have wrong game mode set
3. Have Return to lobby disabled
4. Have bad ping (for me)

I can post it here with a disclaimer that I am not responsible if it also blocks something you might want to access.
ALCoholIC author Aug 30 @ 2:57pm 
yeah sure, post it
HK-47 Aug 30 @ 5:49pm 
Here you go, the list is in CIDR notation.

31.186.80.0/22
46.29.16.0/21
46.59.12.128/25
78.46.0.0/15
79.112.0.0/13
79.115.28.0/22
80.241.216.0/21
81.170.220.128/25
82.193.96.0/19
83.8.0.0/13
83.233.136.0/21
85.217.192.0/18
86.59.144.0/20
86.125.224.0/19
91.221.84.0/23
93.189.118.0/25
94.100.108.0/22
94.250.192.0/19
95.64.37.0/24
176.9.0.0/16
176.57.128.0/18
178.157.85.0/24
178.174.180.0/22
188.36.0.0/16
188.246.96.0/21
198.27.64.0/18
195.189.16.0/24

Keep in mind that this blocks A LOT of servers -- Russian, Romanian, Polish, Hungarian, Macedonian, etc, so you might want to check each range manually so you don't block your own ISP :)

Basically what I did was to get server IP from console, then do a whois lookup on it, and then take a registered network range and block the whole range (because it usually hosts serveral servers at similar IPs).
Last edited by HK-47; Aug 30 @ 5:51pm
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