ZeroShell 3.0 How can I access Web Management on remote host

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    getout
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    I have a VPS with ZeroShell 3.0 CD running. I can’t connect to the web management page? I read that 3.0 only allows Web Management from private IP’s….How can I manage ZeroShell on my public IP?????

    #53294

    getout
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    Update: My own fundamental misunderstanding of the IP tables or Firewall settings was my error. I was looking at the first INPUT CHAIN in the IP tables list and assumed it was allowing all connections. I learned that this part was referencing the SYS_GUI chain and SYS_HTTPS chain and those chains denied access to all but private IP ranges.

    I disabled IP tables altogether and I was then able to access the GUI over the public IP, then I could easily add approved IP numbers in the WEB GUI config section. This will still obviously be an issue for anyone wanting to manage a remote ZS from a dynamic IP as you can only add a static IP to manage from, unless you get a proxy to manage ZS through but hey, a proxy is the whole functional point of installing ZS on a remote system like this so anyway…..

    #53295

    reaperz
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    You can also add subnets instead of static IP-s.

    So add all subnets that your internet service provider is using.

    I also do that for VPN, block access from all other networks

    #53296

    Yhoni
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    @reaperz wrote:

    You can also add subnets instead of static IP-s.

    So add all subnets that your internet service provider is using.

    I also do that for VPN, block access from all other networks

    How could access the webgui my Zeroshell from any internet ip?

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