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Whitelist IP's from cms to iptables or any firewall

I have members that only should have access to a server and i want to auth by IP. So i need to write from a webinterface to my firewall /iptables.

Is there an easy way to write to the firewall? (Running ubuntu)

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Youtube tutorial of how to whitelist IP address with Digital Ocean’s firewall: https://snipp.ly/l/OjLdg

Hi @gr44bli,

There are a few options for you to be able to do what you’re asking. The first option is of course as you’ve listed, to use an iptables configuration to limit who can connect to your server on port 80. Here’re two tutorials we have on the subject:

An alternative would be to setup permissions within your apache configuration using a .htaccess file. You can see how to do this in one of our other tutorials:

Let us know how it goes, and if you have any further questions!