|If you get the message:|
Your IP is blacklistedthis means that you've had too many failed login attempts or accesses to port 2222 without being logged in.
To remove yourself from the blacklist, edit:
/usr/local/directadmin/data/admin/ip_blacklistand remove your IP from the list.
If you wish to ensure you never get blacklisted, you can create and add your IP to the file:
/usr/local/directadmin/data/admin/ip_whitelistOne IP per line.
The setting that controls how many attempts you get can be changed in:
Admin Level -> Admin Settings -> Blacklist IPs for excessive login attempts
We don't usually recommend any value lower than 10. This is because even loading the login page counts as a failed login attempt, so if you set a low number, you'll be more likely to blacklist yourself.
This is the feature page for this option:
As for DirectAdmin 1.34.0, you can set DirectAdmin to automatically remove IPs from the blacklist after a specified amount of time. Feature page:
|I can't connect to DirectAdmin on port 2222|
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