You can create an IP filtering policy to applies to all the managed APIs in the organization. The IP filtering policy designates the range of computer IP addresses that are allowed or denied permission to invoke managed APIs. The order of the policy rules determines the precedence. The first relevant rules in the rules table is applied to the managed API. You can change the order of the rules by selecting to move them up or down.
Policies page, in the
IP Filtering Policy panel, select to allow or deny a range of addresses, then fill in the IP range.
The IP range applies to a Class C network. Only the last octets in the range can differ from each other. Thus the range can contain different client hosts in the same network.
Add a description of the policy.
API Manager creates an IP filtering policy for all the managed APIs of the organization and adds the policy to the
IP Filtering Rules list. The order of the rules determines the precedence.
To move a policy up or down the list and change the precedence, rest on a row in the table to move and click the Action menu at the right end of the line. From the menu select
Move Up or
The higher the policy is in the list, the higher the precedence.
To chance a policy from allowing an IP address range access to denying it access, or from denying access to allowing access, rest on a row in the table to move and click the Action menu at the right end of the line. From the menu select
Change to Deny All or
Change to Allow All.
To delete a policy, in the right-most column of the IP filtering policy row, rest on a row in the table to move and click the Action menu at the right end of the line. From the menu select