EzPanel FreeBSD Security

SSH: Whitelist IPs for Your Server


If you wish to whitelist certain IP’s for your server for any reason, you can easily go into your Webair Ezpanel for this. When whitelisting an IP, please provide the specific IP. It is IMPORTANT that you make sure the IP you want to whitelist is CORRECT.
NOTE: For the EzPanel Whitelist to work, you must be on a Webair Managed Server.

 

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Once you have pressed Server, go press view that is under Actions. 

 

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Pressing view shows more details about the server. For now, we are pick the ssh icon for this article.

 

Please click on the SSH Icon

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SSH IP Manager sshicon

By default, your server’s firewall will block all SSH connection attempts by unknown hosts. In order to allow SSH access, please use the form below to submit any IP address or IP address range you’d like to grant access to.


 

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DONE! Everything shoudl be all set up for you!

 

NOW, TEST IT! 

Please check with the IP owner and see if the owner is whitelisted. 

$ ssh yourusername@yourserver.webair.com

 

 

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