How do I configure a security zone to enable an IP range.

hetfidd

07-05-2019

How do I configure a security zone to enable an IP range.  What is the syntax?  Or do I have to assign a security zone to every individual IP address in the range?  I cannot find examples anywhere for setting up a range of IPs in one security zone configuration.    We have a range of IPs for access to our SAP system and they will be accessing via API.    This is the range I've been given:   158.52.0.0/16 - 159.41.0.0/16

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david_garcia1

MVP

07-05-2019

from the server config files:

serverConf.xml or config-<instance>.xml file just add the CIDR

<subNetwork id="SAP1" mask="158.52.0.0/16 " name="SAP1"/> <!--SAP CIDR-->

<subNetwork id="SAP2" mask="159.41.0.0/16 " name="SAP2"/> <!--SAP CIDR-->

Some details about these ranges.

CIDR Range158.52.0.0/16
Netmask255.255.0.0
Wildcard Bits0.0.255.255
First IP158.52.0.0
Last IP158.52.255.255
Total Host65536

CIDR Range159.41.0.0/16
Netmask255.255.0.0
Wildcard Bits0.0.255.255
First IP159.41.0.0
Last IP159.41.255.255
Total Host65536

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hetfidd

07-05-2019

I'm on Adobe campaign classic.    The guys from sap gave me that "range" of two CIDRs and I am not sure there is an actual range of CIDRs.  I have set up CIDRs as individual security zones before.  I haven't been given a range of CIDRs formatted like that before.  I am going to clarify with the sap team.