System Admin Commercial Module

I’ve put and in the white list area but fail2ban is still banning IP addresses in my local subnet.

Any ideas?

What is the IP being banned

Several. would be an example of one of them.

It sounds a bit like this but the opposite.

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Sure does. Should I comment on that, or submit my own?

Also, I am running PIAF distro so there could be a compatibility issue there too.

Can you post your jail.conf, specifically the ignoreip line

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Doesn’t look like the admin module has even touched it…?

2 things:

  1. Piaf has this bad habit of changing file permissions on files. Check the permissions to make sure this isnt one of those files they feel should be locked.

Did you click this guy

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Also I believe PIAF has it’s own fail2ban install procedure, I doubt whether both solutions will play nice together.

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jfinstrom - I don’t get an apply config after hitting submit. Permissions: -rw-r–r-- 1 root root 6451 May 26 2013 jail.conf

dicko - you may be right. Tony has said in the past that the commercial modules aren’t fully supported on PIAF, so this may be one of the quirks.

I have added them in the jail.conf file. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction guys.

Try chown asterisk:asterisk jail.conf

after the chown asterisk:asterisk jail.conf it still won’t update using the system admin module.

I can do it manually so no huge deal.