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Old 15th October 2009, 18:57
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Question Disable public access to ISPConfig

Hi,

I have been using ISPConfig for a while now. It is a great hosting tool, saving lots of time away from shell commands!

I have a scenario where I want to control ISPConfig and no one else (including clients need to). So, when I access http://[host]:8080 I get the ISPConfig login page.

However, for some reason if I go to http://[host]/ispconfig I can bring the login page up that way.

I don't want this to happen, so I need to know how to stop ISPConfig from being accessible on port 80 OR if that cannot be done, give the ISPConfig interface itself protection using .htaccess (which I tried and failed to do even though it is working fine for client sites).

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Mike
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