A network zone is a configurable boundary that you can use to grant or restrict access to computers and devices in your organization based on the IP address that is requesting access. You can define a network zone by specifying one or more individual IP addresses, by specifying one or more ranges of IP addresses, or by specifying one or more geographic locations.
After you define one or more network zones, you can use them in Global Session Policies, authentication policies, VPN notifications, and routing rules.
- About network zones
- Learn about the types of network zones you can create and how they can be used.
- Generate a Proxy IP report
- Prepare for creating network zones by generating a list of the IP addresses used as proxies in your organization.
- Configure a network zone
- Create network zones based on IP addresses, proxy types, geographical locations, or autonomous system numbers (ASN).
- Manage network zones
- Modify, delete, or deactivate network zones.
- Add IPs to a network zone from the System Log
- Add an IP address to a zone from an event recorded in the System Log.
- Add a network zone to Global Session Policies
- Use network zones to allow or deny access in Global Session Policy rules.
- Define a network zone for IWA
- Define a network zone for working with Integrated Windows Authentication agents.
- Network zones FAQs
- Get answers to common questions about network zones.