Create IP Filter Profiles to allow or deny connections to a host
from specific IP addresses.
Access the host preferences:
From the host computer, open the
LogMeIn Control Panel and follow this path:
Options > Preferences > Security
From a client device, connect to the
Main Menu and follow this path:
Preferences > Security
IP Address Filtering, click
Edit Profiles to begin creating a filter
The IP Filtering dialog box is displayed.
Name for your filter and click Add
a new profile.
Choose a filter type:
allow to make a filter that allows specified
addresses to access this host
deny to make a filter that prevents
specified addresses from accessing this host
Address, enter the IP address you want to
allow or deny.
Accepted wildcards are an asterisk (*) that matches any number
of characters, and a question mark (?) that matches a single character only.
Subnet that you want to allow or deny.
The filter is added to the
IP Filters in Profile box.
Repeat from step 2, above, to add additional filters to the Filter
Important: Filters are checked in the order they are
listed in the
IP Filters in Profile box. Ordering is
crucial. Use the up and down arrows next to the
IP Filters in Profile box to set proper
OK when you are finished adding filters to the
Your Filter Profile is saved and you are returned to the IP
You must apply your Filter Profile before it can take effect. On
the IP Filtering page, select a Filter Profile from the Profiles list and click
The Filter Profile is activated on the host.
When a connection is
made to the host, the remote IP address will be checked against the filter or
filters in the applied Filter Profile. Access will be granted or denied