Create and Manage a Network Zone
Creating a Network Zone involves creating one of the following or both of IP Zone or Dynamic Zone. When creating Dynamic Zones, you can define geolocation, ASN and IP Types.
Okta is focused on the adoption of inclusive language and communication. Some long-standing industry terminology and expressions have been updated as part of this initiative. In this topic, blacklist is now referred to as block list.
Create a Network Zone tasks
|Create an IP Zone||Create and configure an IP Zone.|
|Create a Dynamic Zone||Create and configure a Dynamic Zone.|
|Define geolocation for a Dynamic Zone||Define geolocation for a Dynamic Zone.|
|Define ASN for a Dynamic Zone||Define ASN for a Dynamic Zone.|
|Define IP Types for a Dynamic Zone||Define IP Types for a Dynamic Zone.|
Manage Network Zone tasks
|Edit a Network Zone||
Once configured, a zone can be edited. Changes to a zone are automatically reflected in all policies using the zone.
Legacy Network Zones can be edited. Changes to a zone are automatically reflected in all policies using the zone.
|Delete a Network Zone||Delete Network Zones that are no longer needed. Changes to a zone are automatically reflected in all policies using the zone.|
|Deactivate a Network Zone||Once configured, a zone can be deactivated. Changes to a zone are automatically reflected in all policies using the zone.|
|Block list a Network Zone||Block a URL from accessing a Network Zone.|
|Define a Network Zone for IWA||Define a Network Zone for IWA. When evaluating IWA sign-ins, Okta checks that the login is from the configured zones.|
|Add a Network Zone to sign in policies||Add a Network Zone to a sign-in policies.|
|Generate a Proxy IP report||Generate a Proxy IP report.|
|Add IPs to a Network Zone from the System Log||Using the System log and add IPs to a Network Zone.|