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  1. #1

    Cpanel Access


    I would like to block external access to Cpanel through port 2082, however local access should be allowed. So the plan is to have a proxy setup on the server (which will be password protected) and then my team will use this to go to port 2082 and gain access to cpanel.

    Hope someone gets what I'm on about, and can point in the direction of a tutorial, or if its even possible.


  2. #2
    Join Date
    Oct 2007
    Las Vegas, NV
    This is pretty simple to do. You can use a hardware firewall and block access to port 2082 to all IPs, except from the allowed IPs, or you can use IPTables on the cPanel server and do the same thing. - Energize your Business Online, powered by BannerOS, the platform that turns your website into a powerful business tool.
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    Jun 2007
    Install APF firewall on the server, it's easy to block ports altogether from external access, or you could limit it based on IP address.
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  4. #4
    Join Date
    Sep 2006
    The Not So Deep South
    Wouldn't it be easier to just tick the box in tweak settings

    "Always redirect users to the ssl/tls ports when visiting /cpanel, /webmail, etc."

    Since I don't see you wanting to block access to the control panel, just to the non-SSL ports - High Resource Hosting
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