Knowledgebase: Access Control
How do I set up an ACL for account access?
Posted by on 07 February 2013 08:10 PM

DNS Made Easy's Corporate Membership level of service, supports three-factor authentication with account Access Control Lists (ACL's).

With ACL's account administrator's can define a set of IP addresses which are allowed to access the DNS Made Easy web control panel. Any attempted login from an IP address not defined in the ACL will be denied. This helps prevent against unauthorized account access or changes to your DNS zone file.

ACL's can be defined through the "Config - Access Control" menu of the web control panel. 

DNS Made Easy also offers two-factor authentication through the use of a mobile application to enter a time-based password in addition to traditional login credentials as well as a full audit logs so that every account change or login can be monitored. 

 

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