You can configure your firewall on your server via Boxydev Cloud. For example, you can open the port
21 for FTP. You can only allow a specific IP address. When you create a new firewall rule, you can add a port row like
8000:8050 to open ports
By default, your server is protected with these rules :
danger You should never remove the Ssh rule from your server otherwise Boxydev Cloud will no longer be able to connect to your server.
We have simplified the process for the network between your servers. If you use one server for the web, another for the database and another for the cache, it will be easy to connect them together. Rather than creating the rules for each server, you can start from the server that should connect and choose which server it should be able to connect to. Boxydev Cloud will do the configuration automatically on each server.
For this to work, the servers must:
Be careful, if you accidentally delete the Ssh rule, Boxydev Cloud will no longer be able to connect to your server. You will no longer be able to connect to the server directly through Ssh. You will have to go through your server provider such as Digital Ocean, for example, which offers an interface to directly access your server
root without going through Ssh :
ufw allow 22