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Deny all IP SSH

  • Posted December 26, 2013

Hi,how i can deny all IP to connect at putty except my ip?

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You can’t deny all IP SSH connections to your droplet at your workstation at Putty. Basically you will deny all public IP SSH connections at your droplet except your IP address. <br>

If your droplet has UFW firewall on it you could try <br>------------------------------------------------------------ <br>sudo ufw allow from my.home.ip.address <br>sudo ufw enable <br>----------------------------------------------------------- <br>This would allow all traffic from home computer. Did this when building and testing my droplets. <br> <br>Very specific rule would be <br>sudo ufw allow from my.home.ip.address to any port 22 proto tcp <br> <br> <br>Note: If you changed you default ssh port adjust as needed. <br> <br> <br> <br>You could then expand on it as needed. Opening any required ports to world later. 80, 443 etc <br> <br> <br> <br>

I don’t think PuTTY has that capability.