Last Updated on Tuesday, 30 April 2013 01:54 Written by Rodolfo Hernandez Monday, 6 May 2013 12:00
If you want to restrict website access to certain IP address, you have to do it in the web.config file. The Web.config allows you to restrict access to a page, directory, all sub directories, or even the whole website. In this article I will give you a step by step guide on how to blog IP addresses in web.config
1. Open the web.config file of your project.Learn More
Last Updated on Saturday, 27 April 2013 09:39 Written by Alex Ali Saturday, 4 May 2013 12:00
It is a good idea to whitelist your home or office IP address from being banned for failed login attempts. This prevents yourself from being locked out in the admin area should you fail to login
- Login your admin control panel
Last Updated on Tuesday, 18 December 2012 12:00 Written by Mscott Tuesday, 18 December 2012 12:00
Hello and welcome! In today’s blog, I’ll show you how to use the IP blocking functionality built into Dolphin 7.1. We’ll start by logging into the Dolphin admin area. Then select “IP Blacklist” under the “Tools” menu on the left side of the screen.Learn More
Last Updated on Monday, 17 December 2012 12:00 Written by Victor Gebhardt Monday, 17 December 2012 12:00
Sometimes you may want to block certain people from visiting your site. They may be trying to guess your password or maybe you simply do not want them to have access to your website. On an ASP plan, this can be handled easily via Remote IIS Manager.
First, download and Install IIS Remote Manager. Then, make a remote IIS Management username by use the “Management” tab in your control panel. The tab is located under the website properties of the website you wish to manage. Then connect to your webspace using IIS Remote Manager.
You can read more about installing IIS Remote Manager and connecting hereLearn More
Last Updated on Saturday, 15 December 2012 12:01 Written by Victor Gebhardt Saturday, 15 December 2012 12:00
Sometimes you may want to block certain people from visiting your site. They may be trying to guess your password or maybe you simply do not want them to have access to your website. On a Linux plan, this can be handled easily via .htaccess.
In your public_html file should be a file called .htaccess (if there isn’t one, you can simply create an empty file named .htaccess
Open this file in a text editor and at the top of the file insert the following:Learn More
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