The IP Deny Manager feature allows you to block access to your site for one or more IP addresses. You can also ban fully qualified domain names (FQDNs).
An FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Name) is a name that uniquely defines a domain’s location. It is usually seen as
host.example.com. with a trailing dot. For the purposes of cPanel, including a final dot is not necessary, but the domain name must contain at least 2 dots. FQDNs must be written in lowercase letters.
To deny access to an IP address or range of IP addresses:
You can enter IP addresses in any of five ways:
IP address ranges entered through IP Deny Manager are separated into subnets in CIDR format before the values are added to the
.htaccess file. The interface will display blocked IP addresses and ranges in this notation.
For example, if you enter the range
18.104.22.168-22.214.171.124, the Current IP addresses being blocked: table will appear similar to:
To remove a denied IP address: