You can limit access to your Solve environment based on a user’s public IP address by enabling the IP Restrictions option. To allow users, you can add them to the IP address allow list.
Users whose public IP addresses are not on the allow list are not able to access your Solve environment directly from a browser. They can still access Solve from the Real-Time Console, but they are not able to perform actions in Solve.
VPN connections should not be used since IP addresses may be assigned dynamically and not be included in the IP restriction list.
Restrict access via IP address and create an IP allow list
Go to Solve settings from a user that has Manage Solve permissions. To learn more about permissions, see Add Users & Permission.
Enable IP Restrictions with the toggle. An IP allow list appears. Your own IP address is automatically added to the list, ensuring that you are able to access Solve.
Enter IP addresses for the IP allow list. You can add any of the following:
- A single IP address.
- Multiple IP addresses in a comma-separated list.
- A range of IP addresses using IP address subnetting with CIDR notation. For example, 127.10.0.1/25 allows all IP addresses from 127.10.0.1 - 127.10.0.127.
Click Apply to add the entered IP addresses to the allow list. You can see which IP addresses have been added to the list, and remove them from the list.
If you disable IP Restrictions, your IP allow list configuration is still saved and is not deleted.