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403.6 IP address rejected #467

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fbradyirl opened this Issue Nov 26, 2016 · 5 comments

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fbradyirl commented Nov 26, 2016

I am away from the house all week and I remotely upgraded the box using the virtual remote on Openwebif.

After upgrade I cannot access any of the web interfaces including fan control, lcd4linux, etc.

I get the following message in the browser:

"Forbidden

403.6 IP address rejected"

I am able to ssh to the box but couldn't find anything in the logs about this. Any ideas? Does the latest update use access control lists for accessing it?

OpenVix 4.2.018
Vu Duo2

Also reported here
http://www.world-of-satellite.com/showthread.php?54330-Getting-forbidden-on-web-interfaces&p=426658&viewfull=1#post426658

http://www.world-of-satellite.com/showthread.php?54336-403-6-IP-address-rejected&p=426703#post426703

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sgse commented Nov 26, 2016

OWIF has new secure settings, see screenshot from @Schimmelreiter
owipass

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fbradyirl commented Nov 26, 2016

Thanks for this. Any way I can configure that over ssh remotely?

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Schimmelreiter commented Nov 26, 2016

You could use ssh port tunneling.

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jbleyel commented Nov 26, 2016

I think @fbradyirl .. will change the openwebif settings over ssh.

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Schimmelreiter commented Nov 27, 2016

He got help in the ViX forum.
Closed as this is desired behaviour.

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