If you wanted to exclude your IP address from your Awstats report, this can be easily accomplished with the SkipHost="" variable in your Awstats configuration file.
For each of your websites you should have a unique Awstats configuration file. If you had the domain name example.com and your cPanel user name was userna5 your config file should be located at:
You can open this file with the cPanel code editor.
You just need to click on File Manager, for directory selection choose Home Directory and click Go.
In the left-hand tree style menu, you should click the [ + ]tmp folder, then again on the awstats folder.
Right-click on your awstats.example.com.conf file and click on Edit.
Hit Ctrl-F in your web-browser to bring up the find dialog box, then search for SkipHosts.
You should see this block of text:
# Do not include access from clients that match following criteria.
If you IP address was 18.104.22.168 you would edit that line to read:
This unfortunately won't do anything for your already compiled stat reports. However going forward your IP information should now be excluded from your Awstats reports.
Please let us know if you had any other questions at all.
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