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Exclude Range Of IP Addresses Using Regex?

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23-04-2019

Hi,

I want to exclude a range of IP addresses in a particular report suite.

If the starting address of the range is 1.1.1.64 and end is 1.1.1.95, the regex would translate to:

^1\.1\.1\.(6[4-9]|[7-8][0-9]|9[0-5])$

as per this tool here: https://www.analyticsmarket.com/freetools/ipregex/

In AA > Admin > Exclude by IP section, how can I enter this regex. This is what I can see on my screen.

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Any help with this?

Thanks!

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23-04-2019

The IP exclusion currently does not support the regex, you can use the * as a wildcard to exclude the range of IP.

so in your case you would need to add them manually or you can have Vista Rule which can be setup by ES team which would be through professional services.

Some other methods are explained here: Adobe Analytics Help | How to exclude data in Adobe Analytics

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ok. Thanks, Ankit

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so in your case it will be separate for each IP, when you use * wildcard it will include the complete Octet means from 0 to 255. I don;t think wild card would be helpful here either.

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Hi Ankit,

Thanks.

If we had to do this via wildcard operator in AA > Admin section, how would we do this?