Table of Contents

  1. Introduction to API Manager
  2. Administration
  3. Organization policies
  4. Analytics

API Manager Guide

API Manager Guide

Configuring an API-specific IP filtering policy

Configuring an API-specific IP filtering policy

Create an IP filtering policy for a managed API. The IP filtering policy designates the range of computer IP addresses that are allowed or denied permission to invoke the API.
If an IP filtering policy is not defined for a managed API, or if API Manager doesn't find any matches with the API-specific policy, API Manager applies the organizational IP filtering policy to the API.
When the policy is breached, API Manager logs an event in the even log. For more information about the event log, see Event log.
  1. In the API Registry page, click to select a managed API, or click to open the Actions menu and select View API Details.
    The API details window appears.
  2. Select the Policies tab.
  3. In the IP Filtering Policy section, select to allow or deny a range of addresses, then fill in the IP range.
  4. Add a description of the rule and click Add.
    The rule appears in the IP Filtering Rules list.
  5. Add as many rules as required to define the policy. The order of the rules determines the precedence. The higher the rule is in the list, the higher the precedence.
  6. To move a rule up or down the list and change the precedence, rest on a row to move and click the Action menu at the right end of the line. From the menu select Move Up or Move Down.
  7. To delete a rule, rest on a row to delete and click the Action menu at the right end of the line. From the menu select Delete.


Updated September 11, 2019


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