Network services ensure interaction of devices on the network — computers and other active equipment. For example, the sshd service provides connections to the server via SSH, the httpd service is responsible for connections to the web server, etc.
In the "Network services" module you can configure:
To work with the module, enter System → Network Services.
The module interface displays the following information:
To add an access rule to a service, select its name in the list and press Add. Read more about creating rules in Firewall rules.
The Fail2ban service blocks access to a network service from a specific IP address after a specified number of suspicious connection attempts. For example, if the attacker tries to connect with the wrong password.
In the Fail2ban settings you can configure:
By default, ISPmanager applies global Fail2ban parameters to network services. You can also specify individual settings for each service rule.
To set global Fail2ban parameters:
To configure settings for an individual service, select the service from the list → Fail2ban rules button → select the rule → press Edit:
Use the Enable all rules and Disable all rules buttons to enable or disable all Fail2ban rules created for the service.
To enable or disable an individual rule, select the service → Fail2ban rules button → select the rule → press Enable or Disable.