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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
MichMich last edited by
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.