there is a info and a tutorial to exclude a range of IPv4 or IPv6 adresses.
I don’t understand the mask for a range of IPv6 addresses. By IPv4 i can use wildcards. And for IPv6?
Can i use wildcards in IPv6 similar to IPv4? And what is the right notation?
With the CIDR notation it is not so simple wich suffix is the right. When i understand the CIDR right, then the suffix makes the range? What is right and what is false?
Matomo added the star (*) wildcard notation for IPv6 in 2016.
1:2:3:4:*:*:*:* will match 0 to ffff in each of those fields.
Using the wildcard with CIDR may give unpredictable results; I have not tested that.
The original pull request for adding this feature is here:
Thanks, and yes and no. That don’t work so, rather it works only for simple ranges. The professional IP ranges works like 2a03:2880:1000::/36. My question is, if that works: