Occasionally you may have to block particular third parties from accessing your websites. There are plenty of automatic bots that crawl the Internet, for instance, and generate fake visits and traffic. Additionally, there are spammers who leave links to questionable websites as comments to blog articles. This type of things can greatly undermine your hard work, simply because nobody likes to visit an Internet site with countless fake comments, furthermore the increased traffic from both spammers and bots may generate high load on the server where your Internet site is hosted, that can result in the site not working properly. One of the best solutions in this case is to block the IPs that generate the fake traffic, as a way to make certain that the visits to your Internet site are authentic.

IP Blocking in Shared Web Hosting

Our Linux shared web hosting services include an IP blocking tool, so if you would like to restrict the access to your Internet sites, you will be able to do so with simply a few clicks. The tool is included with the Hepsia hosting CP, which comes with all accounts and that's a breeze to use. As you log in and check out the IP blocking section, you will just need to pick a domain or a subdomain hosted in the account and type in the IP address which needs to be blocked. Our system will permit you to block whole networks as well, so if you enter 123.123.123., for example, this'll block all IP addresses between and from accessing your sites. If you want to whitelist an IP at some point, you can unblock it with a mouse click from the same section.

IP Blocking in Semi-dedicated Hosting

If you host your Internet sites in a semi-dedicated server account with our company and you want to block one or a number of IP addresses eventually, you could benefit from the easy-to-use blocking tool, that we've supplied with our in-house built Hepsia hosting Control Panel. With several clicks, you will be able to block individual IPs or whole ranges, if necessary. All you shall have to do is select any of your domains or subdomains from a drop-down menu, decide if the blocking needs to be valid for the root folder or for a subfolder that is part of the website, and then enter the IP address that you'd like to block. For an IP range, you just have to omit the last octet or the last 2 octets of the address in accordance with the size of the network that you want to block. Each of the addresses you have restricted shall be listed inside the same exact section and if you would like to whitelist any one of them, you will be able to do it with a click anytime.