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Old 31st January 2013, 19:08
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Default ISPConfig3 Open ports to a specific IP

Hi,

We recently started using ISPConfig 3 on one of our servers and love it so far.

One problem I cannot figure out is how to open a port to only a specified IP address, we would like to access certain ports on the server from within the office, is this possible?.

I tried it with IPTables directly, which worked but found that once I changed the ports from within ISPConfig firewall settings that it got overwritten.

Thanks in advanced!
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Please see here for instructions to add custom iptables rules to the firewall:

http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/sho...06&postcount=4
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