Macro Help - web logs

CybGeek

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Complete Macro noob here...
I am working with a very large data set (5,000+ rows, 57 columns) of web server logs. These logs contain a great deal of noise I need cleaned out. The best column to do this from would be the Destination IP addresses. There are over 250 unique addresses. I need to strip out 137 unique addresses and the entire row associated with each to isolate specific browsing behavior. I figured a vlookup from another sheet would work. But I'm not positive.
The format of this column is as follows:

DestinationIP
DestIP="111.222.133.44"
DestIP="33.44.66.77"
DestIP="125.89.143.23"
DestIP="76.945.34.87"
DestIP="45.347.33.89"
DestIP="44.3.22.454"
DestIP="130.79.142.56"
DestIP="87.56.23.17"
DestIP="52.34.576.34"
DestIP="53.55.123.45"

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(Disclaimer: These are random made up IPs, most of which are not in valid format to protect privacy).
 

Norie

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Do you have a list of the IP addresses you are interested in?
 

CybGeek

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Do you have a list of the IP addresses you are interested in?
I gave mock addresses. I can change those myself in the code. I just don't know how to write/form an adequate script that will take out 137 addresses + the associated row in order to clean up this data and make it more readable for an analyst.
 

Norie

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You could probably do this without code.

For a start you could use a MATCH formula to check the IPs in the Destination IP address columns against the list of IPs you want to keep.

You could then filter on that column to exclude IPs that don't match and copy the returned rows to another sheet.
 

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