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I Need Help With IP Deny Systems...

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by DeeBlock, Mar 22, 2010.

  1. DeeBlock

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    [​IMG] <---Picture

    i just got my cpanel and its blocking every single ip that comes to my website except me T_T:mad:

    and i get some help with this please?
     
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    So what's the problem? :)

    Or in other words, is there some reason you don't just
    simply remove the blocks using the red buttons shown
    in the picture that you attached?
     
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    thats the problewm i cant remove it everytime i trey it says error Y_Y
     
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    What error message are you receiving?
     
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    Error: invalid argument, requires IP
    IP Deny Manager
    The IP address " all " will now be able to access your site.


    i get that
     
  6. cPanelDon

    cPanelDon cPanel Quality Assurance Analyst
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    What method was used to perform initial setup and configuration of the current settings?

    What are the full contents of the file named ".htaccess" where the entries are contained (e.g., at "/home/$username/public_html/.htaccess")?

    Renaming the file named ".htaccess" should immediately reset the customization and or alleviate the undesired behavior (e.g., by renaming the file from ".htaccess" to ".htaccess.backup").
     
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    It kind of looks like to me just glancing over this thread that you might have put /etc/hosts.deny directives in your .htaccess where they don't belong.

    I would be very interested to see what is in both of those files.
     
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    im still having this problem
     
  9. Infopro

    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    That page you have a screenshot of in your first post of this thread for editing IPs, simply edits the .htaccess file on your account located here:

    /home/yourusername/public_html/.htaccess

    This is a dot file and may be hidden. Either post back the contents of that file for assistance, or simply rename that file to .httaccess.BAK and then try to access your site.
     
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