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i don't think so (there maybe smarter admins around with a work around), but by default no, this is something you want to take up with your firewall admin. you can do this at a PC level, or corporate network level, or use OPEN DNS as I now do, which has in-built content management.
best thing i ever did was switch the domain controllers and users to OpenDNS - got all my bandwidth back too!!
I use opendns, opendns can block ips? I never knew that :confused:
well actually it uses domain names, if you can convert back to domain name (if it has one) then you can block it, but I don't think it does IP's by default - sorry.