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Host Access Control MISTAKE

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by lc62003, Feb 22, 2013.

  1. lc62003

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    OK, I thought I understood how to do this from the documentation but I was wrong. :( Now I cannot access cpanel, whm, ssh, or ftp on our server. Anyone have recommendations to recover my server? Thanks!!
     
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    Any idea where you went wrong? Could it be that your IP is blocked in the firewall? If yes you could login from another location, or mobile device I would think as an easy work around so that you can get in and white list your IP in the firewall.
     
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    Yeah, I improperly added ips for "allow" then denied all. :( I've tried three other ips, which were the ones I intended to allow.
     
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    The best thing you can do is ask your host for help. Your host can physically connect a console to the server, bypassing all ACLs, so they can restore your access.
     
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