IP Addresses

IP addresses management is easy with a single list to manage both blocked and whitelisted IP addresses:

Screenshot 1

By default, IPV4, IPV6 and all server localhosts addresses are whitelisted.

A convenient search bar provide search capabilities based on all information provided. For example, if we searched for blocked addresses, by entering the word "blocked" on the search bar, all the blocked IPs will be visible:

Screenshot 2

Furthermore, administrators are able to perform actions on several selected IP addresses with a single click. Among the new features IP addresses management introduced, you will find the possibility to provide meaningful descriptions to any IP addresses:

Screenshot 2

Last but not least, administrators are now able to unblock and add to whitelist multiple blocked IP addresses in a single action, by clicking on the "Add Existing to Whitelist" tab.

Using the command line to whitelist or block IP addresses and/or IP ranges

  • In order to whitelist IP addresses or IP range(s), the command has this syntax :

TSplus-Security.exe addwhitelistedip [ip addresses] [optional description]

You may whitelist several IP addresses, with a colon or semi-colon delimiter. Moreover, you can specify IP address ranges, instead of simple IP addresses. The syntax is : x.x.x.x-y.y.y.y Finally, you may indicate an optional description of the whitelist rule

Here is an example of a complete command : TSplus-Security.exe addwhitelistedip;;; "John's workplaces"

  • In order to block IP addresses or IP range(s), the command has a similar syntax :

TSplus-Security.exe blockips [ip addresses] [optional description]

  • In order to unblock IP addresses or IP range(s), the command has a similar syntax :

TSplus-Security.exe unblockips [ip addresses]

This command has no effect on IP addresses already blocked by Hacker IP protection. If you still want to unblock one of these addresses, please use the whitelist command.