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  1. 56 votes

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  2. 30 votes

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    We will consider this functionality in upcoming releases if it is  popular. Everyone, please continue voting for this feature if you consider it important.

    However, please be aware that rate-limiting web traffic can and should normally be done using iptables as it is much more effective and resource savvy doing it on the operating system/kernel level. If there are issues with web traffic, it is best to not to let it get to the web server in the first place.

    -- PD

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    Mik Bakker commented  · 

    This should have been added quite some while, instead of spending time and resouces on the UI and graphics.

    More and more websites are using nginx, so the regular (Apache) method does not work anymore. So we need a real solution to rate-limit IP-addresses, IP-ranges, bots and so on through nginx.

    That way we can keep using Plesk with good performance and not with massive (fake) traffic!

    But it seems that Plesk is only keen on spending time on creating UI changes (and adding new graphics) instead of really improving things for server owners and their customers. Also how does UI changes justify the yearly price increase?

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    Mik Bakker commented  · 

    Add this please and/or update your tutorial about it. Varnish 6.x is the latest and the Docker tutorial is 4 years old!!

    https://www.plesk.com/blog/product-technology/varnish-wordpress-docker-container/

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    Mik Bakker commented  · 

    Add this already! 674 votes is a serious amount to take this seriously!
    Applications, like Wordpress, are getting more and more demanding. Even DA supports Varnish nowadays without much effort.

    Why can't Plesk follow this example? A lot of "junk" is added to Plesk nowadays, but not much useful stuff like Varnish!

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