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Use CIRD to define IP Address ranges in Bot Rules and Exclude by IP settings

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25-07-2016

I would love to be able to use the new CIRD format to add IP address ranges to BOT rules and to Exclude by IP settings

 

At the moment I can not exclude 40 CIRD values of internal traffic using Exclude by IP as:

- 40 CIRD include roughly 400 IP addresses and I can only add 50 

- I can not define ranges

 

I have to use BOT rules which cater for IP rangers, however it would be a good time to update the tool to cater for new CIRD formatting.

It will bring the solution up to speed with the new standards and will save me a lot of time for playing with more exciting Adobe stuff

 

Thanks!

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Very good point, I have the same problem!

(NB: I think it's "CIDR" and not "CIRD")

 

I have more than 50 IP addresse to exclude and it would be less than 50 if I could use CIDR or a regex to define the IP addresses to exclude.

Problem is: for exemple you want to exlude 8 IP addresses from 200.200.200.200 to 200.200.200.207, you can NOT use the wildcard (*) because:

- Interface do not allow IP values something like this "200.200.200.20*"  and does not support regex for IP range.

- "200.200.200.*" will exclude all IP addresses from 200.200.200.0 to 200.200.200.255, so a too large range of IP addresses...

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