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ipWhitelist doesn't work for me
Beh last edited by Beh
I just updated my mirror to 2.1.0 and tried to add some IPs to the whitelist, but it doesn’t work. I am not able to access the mirror from an IP added to the
The array in my config looks like this:
ipWhitelist: ["10.0.0.55", "192.168.178.77", "127.0.0.1", "::ffff:127.0.0.1", "::1"]
Do you have any idea, why this does not work?
Beh last edited by
OK, after some trying, I think this related to the IPv6 configuration of my network and/or the Pi.
When I add
"::ffff:192.168.178.77"to the list, I can access the Mirror via browser by entering the IPv4 address of the mirror into the browser’s address field.
MikeColes last edited by
@Beh , I ran into the same problem with the same solution. A /24 CIDR didn’t work, probably because of the IPv6 format.
Has anyone played around with getting a correct network format in use?
I got it to work using
If you check your node console output, It should show the blocked IP.
lolobyte last edited by
how to check this?
DazDavid last edited by
@mochman Thanks for the hint. That is also working for a whole range like “::ffff:192.168.2.0/24”
@DazDavid Yeah, I messed up with the CIDR notation for IPv6. The reason why “/24” works is because that gives you practically every IP (especially every IP4 address). If you want to just have 192.168.X.0 - 192.168.X.255 whitelisted, you should use
I added a HOWTO guide here to help out everyone.