Hi @nathangaut ,
IP Range: The IP range that you want to add to the allow list, in the CIDR format. Note that an IP range cannot overlap an existing range on the allow list. In that case, first delete the range that contains the overlapping IP.
CIDR (Classless Inter-Domain Routing) is the supported format when adding IP ranges with the Control Panel interface. The syntax consists of an IP address, followed by a ‘/’ character, and a decimal number. The format and its syntax are fully detailed in this article.
You can search on the internet for free online tools that will help you convert the IP range that you have in hand to CIDR format.
Hope that helps!
Thanks for the reply Santosh.
After re-reading my question, I realize it was a bit confusing.
I need the CIDR of Adobe.
For the purpose of adding Adobe's ranges to an external service.
Adobe won't provide the range.
Alternative, I can use dedicated IP egress, but I am using flexible port for Splunk and cannot implement both.