Sometimes you will need to restrict access to your environments. Artifakt allows you to use 2 methods:
- IP filtering – you can either filter traffic leading to your application on port 80 (HTTP) or 443 (HTTPS) or to your server on port 22 (SSH and SFTP)
- Password protection (htaccess)
In both cases, you will be able to use either plain lists of IP addresses or groups of IP addresses. Groups of IP addresses can be reused to restrict access to any of your environments but they have to be defined beforehand. See How do I create a group of IP addresses? for more details.
If you face any restriction issues, try re-apply changes before contacting our support.
Navigate to 'Security' inside 'Settings' and locate 'IP Restriction' section.
Filter HTTP or HTTPS traffic
Manage HTTP or HTTPS restrictions.
- Front / Back securities – access to your application (either the regular frontend or any admin panel) will be restricted to the predefined IP address group you provide
- Front IP authorization – access to your application (either the regular frontend or any admin panel) will be restricted to the IP address list you provide
Filter SSH and SFTP traffic
Manage SSH and SFTP restrictions.
- Server securities – access to your server(s) will be restricted to the predefined IP address group you provide
- Server IP authorization – access to your server(s) will be restricted to the specific IP address list you provide
Password protection (htaccess)
You can create as many access accounts as you need. Provide at least username and password and click on 'Add'. If needed, you can also provide the specific path you want to restrict access to (example: /admin).