I Need Help With IP Deny Systems...

DeeBlock

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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?
 

Spiral

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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?
 

thewebhosting

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What error message are you receiving?
 

DeeBlock

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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
 

cPanelDon

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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?
What method was used to perform initial setup and configuration of the current settings?

Error: invalid argument, requires IP
IP Deny Manager
The IP address " all " will now be able to access your site.

i get that
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").
 

Spiral

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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.
 

Infopro

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im still having this problem
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.