Blocked by JetPack

If you have access to your site and you’ve not been blocked, you can enter your IP or IPv6 address(es) by going to Jetpack → Settings → Protect → Configure.

If you are blocked from entering your site, you can enter the IP or IPv6 address(es) via WordPress.com by visiting My Sites → Settings → Security → Whitelist.

You can also whitelist one IP address by setting it as theJETPACK_IP_ADDRESS_OK constant in your wp-config.php

define('JETPACK_IP_ADDRESS_OK', 'X.X.X.X');

You can find your IP by visiting any of the following sites:
http://www.whatsmyip.org

Be sure to replace X.X.X.X with your own IP address.




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