Block access to the IP service or Host names with the banned IP / Host List policy
To add an Blocked IP / Host List policy, enter the fields in the Blocked IP / Host List window. A description of these areas is given below.
Name: If the global policy is added, the name of the policy is entered.
Description: If a global policy is added, a comment can be entered to make policy selections easier.
Blocked IP / Host List:
IP or Host name is entered in the input field and click the button with a tick. The added IP / Host name appears below the input field.
The characters ‘*’ and ‘-’ can be used to specify the IP range.
For example, 10.3.10. * Specifies IPs between 10.3.10.0 and 10.3.10.255.
If you want to add many IPs at once, you can write all IPs separated by commas. The IPs will be added automatically.
In the IP Groups window that opens when clicked to add link, an existing IP list can be selected or a new IP group can be created.
Click the Add button to add the existing IP group.
Click New IP Group button to add a new IP.
In the IP Group window, fill in the appropriate fields and click the Save button.
Authorization process is performed on users or user groups from the Authorization screen after the Rest API is created.
The Everyone checkbox is checked to make the same authorization to everyone. Select either Owner, Edit or View.
To authorize only a specific user, the user to be authorized will be added from the list to the page by clicking the + button in Users and one of the Owner, Edit or View options is selected from the Authority column.
To authorize only a specific user group, the user to be authorized will be added from the list to the page by clicking the + button in the User Groups and selecting one of the Owner, Edit or View options from the Authority column.
Error Code: The error code to be defined is entered in this policy.
Error Message:The error message of this policy is entered.