I have another question. I have made my known IP's and I have them set to count. Is this right? Should it be to count or not to count?
Also is there anything I can do about this browser version: Robot. I have it in the known IP's but they are still showing up?
IP Browser Version Platform Referer Date Time IP Owner Location ID
220.127.116.11 Unknown - Unknown Referer 2016-07-15 12:04 - in India, Unknown 9623
18.104.22.168 Unknown - Unknown Referer 2016-07-15 11:52 - ie Ireland, Dublin 9622
22.214.171.124 Robot Unknown Unknown Referer 2016-07-15 11:33 - cn China, Shenzhen 9621
126.96.36.199 Robot Unknown Unknown Referer 2016-07-15 11:24 - us United States, Chicago 9620
188.8.131.52 Robot Unknown Unknown Referer 2016-07-15 10:50 - us United States, Menlo Park 9619
184.108.40.206 Robot Unknown Unknown Referer 2016-07-15 09:31 - us United States, Menlo Park 9618
220.127.116.11 Robot Unknown Unknown Referer 2016-07-15 09:27 - us United States, Chicago 9617
18.104.22.168 Robot Unknown Unknown Referer 2016-07-15 08:58 - us United States, Menlo Park 9616
If you have added an IP or Name (each entry has to be one or the other) to your Known IP list and you don't want it counted you will need to set Count to No. If you want to block any of the Robots you have listed you can either use their IP or look them up and see if they belong to a known robot and then you can add it's User-Agent to the list (The "Robot" listed is just a general term not its actual User-Agent).
For example I just used this
to lookup this IP from your list 22.214.171.124 and it belongs to Facebook and the two main robot names that Facebook use are
If you added them to your knownip list by name that would cover every IP used by those two particular bots.
Currently the Pro version has a basic bot blocking system that would give you the option to block identified robots such as the ones you have listed.It al has the option to auto populate the Know IPs list with over 150 known robots which includes the Facebook robots mentioned above.
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