In some cases, cPHulk Brute Force Protection may block the IP address of one or more of your devices. The procedure below shows how to remove a blocked IP address from cPHulk in SSH.
To remove a blocked IP address from cPHulk in SSH, run the following WHMAPI1 function as the 'root' user.
whmapi1 flush_cphulk_login_history_for_ips ip=IP_ADDRESS
Please note, you need to replace
IP_ADDRESS with the IP address for which you want to remove the block.
To remove multiple blocked IP addresses from cPHulk in SSH, run the same WHMAPI1 function, but for each additional IP address, increment the
ip parameter by 1, as shown in the following example.
whmapi1 flush_cphulk_login_history_for_ips ip=IP_ADDRESS ip-1=IP_ADDRESS_2 ip-2=IP_ADDRESS_3