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2.10.4. SSH security

SSH connection possible only from addresses added to the allowed list. You cannot completely disable access restriction.

The list of currently allowed addresses is displayed at the bottom of the section "SSH access"And looks like this: In the line with each address, you can add an arbitrary note to it and remove this address from the list.

Important points

  • It is not possible to add an IP address with a mask less than 20.
  • Can't add LAN IP addresses. Please note if the IP address you are adding starts like: 192.168.*.*, 10.*.*.*, 172.16.*.*, 127.*.*.*where * - any numbers, then these are local network addresses. To find the external IP address, use the tool IP definitions.

To add an address to the allowed list, do the following:

  1. Click "Add IP to the list of allowed»:
  2. Specify the IP or subnets for which you want to open access, and click "Save»:
    • By default, the field is automatically filled with your current IP.
    • Subnets are specified in the format CIDR with a mask not lower than / 20 (255.255.240.000).
  3. Wait approximately 10-15 minutes for the changes to take effect.