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Provide a feature for Dynamic IP restriction settings for IBM Websphere Liberty server
Our product runs on bundled IBM Liberty Server. The version of the Liberty that gets deployed with the product is “WebSphere Application Server 188.8.131.52/wlp-1.0.31.cl190820190813-1136”. Currently IBM Websphere Liberty does not provide any mechanism to limit or restrict any IP address of users connecting to Server based on frequency of the requests from the IP Address. For example, End Users automation scripts are bombarding the liberty server with concurrent repeated request because of which because of which request pile up and slow responsiveness for other users. We need this feature implemented urgently. For example Microsoft IIS server provides an simple way to enforce this restriction through easy configurations, attached is the snapshot of the same from IIS. URL that explans this feature for IIS is https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/iis/manage/configuring-security/using-dynamic-ip-restrictions
We use Liberty to deploy our Enterprise level application and end users uses lots of automation to interact with Application.
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