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How to clear a block list??

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by faison, Dec 13, 2006.

  1. faison

    faison Member

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    How to clear a block list??

    Time: Wed Dec 13 23:58:37 2006
    IP: 60.161.77.234 (Unknown)
    Failures: 5 (sshd)
    Interval: 40 seconds
    Blocked: Yes

    Log entries:

    Dec 13 23:58:26 sn05 sshd[25214]: Failed password for invalid user test from ::ffff:60.161.77.234 port 17555 ssh2
    Dec 13 16:58:26 sn05 sshd[25215]: Failed password for invalid user test from ::ffff:60.161.77.234 port 17555 ssh2
    Dec 13 23:58:31 sn05 sshd[25246]: Failed password for invalid user test from ::ffff:60.161.77.234 port 17664 ssh2
    Dec 13 16:58:31 sn05 sshd[25247]: Failed password for invalid user test from ::ffff:60.161.77.234 port 17664 ssh2
    Dec 13 23:58:36 sn05 sshd[25287]: Failed password for invalid user test from ::ffff:60.161.77.234 port 17843 ssh2
     
  2. faison

    faison Member

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    My server blocked my self
    and my IP doesn't change
    lol
     
  3. jayh38

    jayh38 Active Member

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    Do you have another server to access from?

    If you left the time settings as default, you should have access in 30 mins.
    Otherwise, see if you can access from your dc portal or access whm via proxy
    server in your web browser.
     
  4. helpline

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    Flush firewall rules on the server.

    /sbin/iptables -F

    If apf is installed also issue,
    echo > /etc/apf/deny_hosts.rules

    Next configure your firewall to suit your settings. Additionally you may check /etc/sysconfig/iptables


    If you manage your server remotely..ask your DC to do this for you.
     
  5. brianoz

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    Looks to me like you're using CSF. I'd either go login to WHM somewhere else and clear the old IP block using CSF; or, I'd get your DC to do that. Once you've done that, add your IP to the permanent allow file, update your CSF to the latest version, and make sure the RELAYHOSTS configuration value is set to 1. This will prevent you (or any user that authenticates to POP email mailbox access) from ever being blocked again and is such a nice time saver.
     

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