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Old 19th May 2010, 18:27
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Question Limit access to IP's?

Hello,

Is there a way to limit/restrict other users accounts to certain IP addresses?

I have allowed a client access to certain sections of the web interface to add more domains etc. but I do not want them to be able to choose an IP address.

Am I missing something here?

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If you create the website as admin user for the client, then the client is not able to change the IP address or any other limits of the website.
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If you create the website as admin user for the client, then the client is not able to change the IP address or any other limits of the website.
OK I understand this.

However if we are allowing Resellers onto the server, with access to the Control Panel - we may only wish them to have access to certain IP addresses, (or none at all apart from '*')

This could be because an certain IP has already been reserved by another reseller/client. There is also the possibility they wish to purchase some IP addresses at which point they could then be made available to the reseller/client.

I think if this feature is not yet available it would be a good addition. Unfortunately I am nowhere near able to programme it
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Please post feature requests here:

http://bugtracker.ispconfig.org/

Maybe there is already a feture request for this, in that case you can e.g. vote for the feature request in the bugtracker. The more votes a feature request gets, the more likely it gets implemented
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Please post feature requests here:

http://bugtracker.ispconfig.org/

Maybe there is already a feture request for this, in that case you can e.g. vote for the feature request in the bugtracker. The more votes a feature request gets, the more likely it gets implemented
Found it And voted.

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