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Hi! I'M Currently Hosting My Own Clearml Server, Which Has Been Great So Far. I Need To Restrict Access To Clearml From Certain Ip Addresses In Our Lab. Ideally, I'D Like Everyone On The Local Network To Be Able To Connect To The Web Interface, But I Want

Hi! I'm currently hosting my own clearml server, which has been great so far. I need to restrict access to ClearML from certain IP addresses in our lab. Ideally, I'd like everyone on the local network to be able to connect to the web interface, but I want to limit code access to only a few specific machines dedicated to development. Any ideas or suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

Posted 2 months ago
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Thank you for your response. I apologize for any confusion. My supervisor wants to prevent analysts from using the Task.init or any other ClearML functions from their personal laptops. Instead, they should only be able to use these functions from a few dedicated machines in the lab.

Posted 2 months ago

Hi @<1690896098534625280:profile|NarrowWoodpecker99> , can you please elaborate on what you mean by limit code access? You define access to the code via the git credentials on the agent config

Posted 2 months ago

Hi @<1690896098534625280:profile|NarrowWoodpecker99> , I guess you could do that by limiting access to all ports but the webapp port

Posted 2 months ago

I've tried limiting access to port 8008 using UFW on my host machine, but it doesn't seem to work.

Posted 2 months ago

I managed to limit access using iptables directly instead of ufw, but I've realized that blocking port 8008 also prevents me from using the web interface. Do you have any other suggestions?

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