10. as an implied IP address implies
10.*.*.*, where each
* represents a positive whole number. If you enter
10., the system blocks access to any IP address that begin with
Currently-Blocked IP Addresses
The system separates the IP address ranges that you enter into subnets in CIDR format. Then, the system adds the addresses to the
The interface lists blocked IP addresses and ranges in the table in CIDR format, where the following information is true:
- Server Setting represents the CIDR-formatted IP address range.
- Beginning IP represents the begging of the range.
- Ending IP represents the end of the range.
For example, if you enter the range
126.96.36.199-188.8.131.52, the Currently-Blocked IP Addresses table will appear similar to the following example:
Unblock an IP address
To remove an IP address from the list of blocked IP addresses, perform the following steps:
- Click Delete in the Actions column for the appropriate IP address.
- Click Remove IP.