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mtleng 4th October 2012 08:36

Possible to stop ISPconfig access?
 
I was hoping to be able to completely stop ISPConfig access in a manner similar to how the Webmin service can be stopped from the command line (/etc/init.d webmin stop). The goal is to have a quick command to completely disable access to the control panel until enabled again.

Can anybody think of an easy 1-liner command that would block ISPConfig from running?

PS. I noticed old posts referring to ispconfig_server under init.d but that doesn't appear to exist on my machine. I'm running an up-to-date Debian squeeze with NGINX+PHP-FPM.

falko 5th October 2012 10:30

Quote:

Originally Posted by mtleng (Post 286259)
PS. I noticed old posts referring to ispconfig_server under init.d but that doesn't appear to exist on my machine.

That is for ISPConfig 2, not 3.

You could put an .htaccess/.htpasswd authentication in place in /usr/local/ispconfig/interface/web.


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