Once you have activated the module you can now gotoAddons→WHMCS CSF Unblockerto access the module.
There are few things you need to consider when adding the server onto the listing of servers under this module.
ThisMUSTmatch the IP of the hosting package (WHMCS → Product → Servers) it is using.
This will be the display name during the unblocking steps
This must match the $hash in theremote serversettings file (CSFSettings.php)
This must be a web accessible address that CSFUnblockremote.php can be reached via HTTP or HTTPS on the remote server without trailing /. For example,https://yourserver.domain.com
The remote server's Deny list
Temp X List
The remote server's temp deny list
The remote server's whitelist
Generate Hash on Server
This will update the hash on the remote server automatically
This will update the module package on the remote server
Mass Hash Update
This will update all the hash recorded on WHMCS, note it will NOT update the $hash in the remote CSFSettings.php file
The IP Address for the Server MUST have a matching entry to the WHMCS → Product → Servers listing.
Show on Module
In order for the Unblocker module to show up in the WHMCS client area, you must enable it for at least oneWHMCS Provisioning Module. To do this, goto the CSF Unblocker Admin Interface → Show on Module tab
Once there, you can set whichWHMCS provisioning modulewill have access to the CSF Unblocker
For example, if your shared hosting plans run on DirectAdmin then enable it for DirectAdmin.
Remote Server Connection Test
You can run the connection test by clicking on thefirst column's icon in the Server Listing.