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Global Whitelist

This page lists the Global Whitelist Entries configured for the Ops Manager instance. Each entry represents a host IP or CIDR block from which Ops Manager accepts incoming API requests. You can search for a whitelist entry, add whitelist entries, and edit or delete existing whitelist entries.

Note

Ops Manager limits all actions in this section to users or Global API Keys that were granted the Global Owner role.

Add a Whitelist Entry

  1. Click Add Whitelist Entry to open the Add Global Whitelist Entry modal.

  2. Set all values in the whitelist form:

    Whitelist Entry

    Type the IPv4 address, IPv6 address, or CIDR block that you want to allow to use the Ops Manager API.

    Note

    You can click Use Current IP Address to add the public IP address of the host you are using to access Ops Manager.

    Description Type the purpose this IP address serves.
  3. Click Add Entry if this global whitelist entry is correct. Click Cancel to close the modal without adding a new whitelist entry.

Edit a Whitelist Entry

Warning

Once saved, any changes to this value impact applications that require the previous whitelist entry.

  1. To the right of the whitelist entry that you want to edit, click ellipsis icon then select Edit Whitelist Entry to open the Edit Global Whitelist Entry modal. Ops Manager displays the IPv4 address, IPv6 address, or CIDR block for this whitelist entry in the modal.

  2. Change the values in the whitelist form as needed:

    Whitelist Entry

    Type the IPv4 address, IPv6 address, or CIDR block that you want to allow to use the Ops Manager API.

    Note

    You can click Use Current IP Address to add the public IP address of the host you are using to access Ops Manager.

    Description Type the purpose this IP address serves.
  3. Click Save Entry if you made changes to your global whitelist entry. Click Cancel to close the modal without editing the whitelist entry.

Delete a Whitelist Entry

Warning

Deleting a Global Whitelist Entry impacts applications that require that whitelist entry, unless another whitelist entry includes that address. If no entries cover the application address, the application cannot access the API.

  1. To the right of the whitelist entry that you want to delete, click ellipsis icon then select Delete Whitelist Entry.

    The Delete Global Whitelist Entry modal displays.

  2. Type the entry’s IPv4 address, IPv6 address, or CIDR block in the box to confirm that you want to delete this entry.

  3. Click Delete if you want to delete your global whitelist entry. Click Cancel to close the modal without deleting the whitelist entry.

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