Updating peer guardian
Now what we want to do is open up the List Manager. From within the List Manager (Figure E) you can enable lists, edit lists, create lists, open lists, and remove lists. This will open a new window (Figure F) where the initial information for the list will be set up.
At first it seems a file has to exist in order to create the list. When you click the Browse button in Peer Guardian 2, a Save As window will appear.
Simply download the OS-specific binary from the Phoenix Labs download site and double-click the installation file.
The standard installation steps will take place and, once the application is installed, you will be asked to walk through some initial setup configurations.
This little gem of a software package makes blocking IP addresses very simple.
Now highlight the entry containing the range of IP addresses to be allowed and right-click the entry.
I'll explain how to create lists of IP addresses to block in Peer Guardian 2, but first let's get the software installed and up and running.
As with most all Windows software, installation of Peer Guardian 2 is a snap.
Within that menu you will find the entry to start system.
When Peer Guardian 2 starts up, you will see the main window, shown in Figure D.