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VPS Firewall

Overview

The VPS Firewall feature in the Virtualizor panel provides an advanced layer of security for your Virtual Private Server (VPS). It allows you to create and manage firewall rules/plans that control the traffic flowing in and out of your VPS, ensuring that your server is protected from unauthorized access and potential threats. It will work for VPS level firewall.

The VPS Firewall in the Virtualizor panel is a powerful tool that helps you safeguard your vps server by controlling network traffic. By setting up customized firewall rules, you can prevent unauthorized access and protect your VPS from potential threats, ensuring a secure and stable environment for your applications and data.

Note
This feature is available for all enduser now.
Admin can also create a vps firewall plans for everyone from admin panel.


VPS Firewall Config

To Apply the firewall Config Rules by VPS Plan, Users and VPS. To navigate this page you can go VPS Firewall --> VPS Firewall Config.

Apply By Plan

To apply the firewall rules to the vpses that are using same vps plans you can go with below screenshot steps.

VPS Firewall Configuration Plan

Apply By Users

To apply the firewall rules to the users vpses you can go with below screenshot steps.

VPS Firewall Configuration Users

Apply To VPS

To apply the firewall rules to the vps you can go with below screenshot steps.

VPS Firewall Configuration VPS


List Firewall Plans

To list the vps firewall plans you can navigate to VPS Firewall --> List Firewall Plans. All firewall plans created by Admin and Enduser(Cloud Users) will list here.

List Firewall Plans


Add Firewall Plan

To add/create firewall plans you can navigate on VPS Firewall --> Add Firewall Plan.

Add Firewall Plan

Terminology

  • Direction : The direction of the packets to and fro the VM. Possible values IN/OUT
  • IP Type : Version of the IP protcol. Currently IPv4 only.
  • Decision : By default we DROP all the packets. We allow only ACCEPT rules.
  • Protocol : TCP, UDP, GRE, ICMP Protocols that are supported.
  • S Port : For incoming packets within the VM Source Port will the port of the incoming IP. Viceversa for the Out going Packets.(Valid Entries : Port number between 65535 or NONE for all the Ports)
  • D Port : For outgoing packets the VM Destination Port will the port of the Destination IP. Viceversa for the Out going Packets. (Valid Entries : Port number between 65535 or NONE for all the Ports)
  • Source IP : IP for which rule is to be applied. (Valid Entries : Individual IP address or 0.0.0.0/0 for all IPs)

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