How to provide Plesk support with access to the server?

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    Mario

    Hi, 

    How can I list the installed keys to check if the process was successfully done?

    Thanks!

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    Artyom Baranov

    Hello Mario,

    You may use any text editor (like vi or vim) to open the file /root/.ssh/authorized_keys and find out if the key is there.

    Or you may use just less (less /root/.ssh/authorized_keys) or cat (cat /root/.ssh/authorized_keys)

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    Mario

    Hi, 

    Today I got these IP's from one of your colleagues:

    * 64.131.89.14
    * 91.204.24.0/24
    * 91.204.25.0/24
    * 91.204.26.0/24
    * 91.204.27.0/24

    * 195.214.232.10
    * 195.214.233.106
    * 195.214.233.155
    * 81.184.0.141
    * 195.214.234.4
    * 95.170.131.46

    * 203.32.4.0/26
    * 203.214.176.0/24
    * 80.237.178.180
    * 195.214.233.10
    * 195.214.233.8

     

    What's Plesk's current IP's/ranges to whitelist?

    Thanks!

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    Alexandr Bashurov

    Hi @Mario,

    You may find the most actual IP addresses in this exact article. They are as follows:

    • 195.214.233.0/24
    • 91.204.24.0/22
    • 203.32.4.0/26
    • 203.214.176.0/24
    • 80.237.178.180
    • 81.184.0.141
    • 95.170.131.46
    • 2A00:1730:FFF9::/48

    The current IP address ranges are almost the same as previous.
    Netmasks were changed to take less time to whitelist IPs in firewalls, and some outdated IP addresses were removed.

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