Palzin Monitor is a comprehensive monitoring solution that allows you to keep track of your infrastructure's performance and uptime. To ensure uninterrupted monitoring and prevent any interference with Palzin Monitor's monitoring requests, it is essential to whitelist Palzin Monitor IPs in your Digital Ocean firewall. By whitelisting these IPs, you grant Palzin Monitor access to your servers without triggering false incident alerts. In this tutorial, we will guide you through the steps of whitelisting Palzin Monitor IPs in Digital Ocean.
Palzin Monitor provides a link, https://palzin.app/ips.txt, that contains the list of IPs used by Palzin Monitor resources. You can access this link to obtain the most up-to-date list of Palzin Monitor IPs.
To whitelist Palzin Monitor IPs in Digital Ocean, follow these steps:
Log in to your Digital Ocean account and navigate to the Networking section.
Select the appropriate Firewalls option from the menu.
Click on the Create Firewall button to create a new firewall.
Provide a meaningful name for the firewall and add an optional description to help you identify it later.
Under the Inbound Rules section, click on the Add Rule button to add a new rule.
In the Inbound Rule dialog, configure the following settings:
Click on the Add Rule button to save the inbound rule.
Repeat steps 5-7 for each Palzin Monitor IP address that you want to whitelist.
Once you have added all the necessary inbound rules for Palzin Monitor IPs, review the settings and click on the Create Firewall button to create the firewall.
That's it! You have successfully whitelisted Palzin Monitor IPs in your Digital Ocean firewall. Palzin Monitor will now have the necessary access to your servers, enabling seamless monitoring and accurate incident alerts.
Remember to keep the list of Palzin Monitor IPs updated and periodically check for any changes or additions. This ensures that your Digital Ocean firewall remains up to date with the latest Palzin Monitor IP addresses.
Whitelisting Palzin Monitor IPs in your Digital Ocean firewall is a crucial step to ensure uninterrupted monitoring and prevent false incident alerts. By following the steps outlined in this tutorial, you can easily whitelist Palzin Monitor IPs and grant the necessary access to your servers. With proper IP whitelisting, Palzin Monitor will be able to monitor your infrastructure effectively and provide accurate incident alerts.