To fully use this screen, you must add the following permissions to your account:
Read IP Threat Lookup Rule(s)
Write IP Threat Lookup Rule(s)
Write IP Threat Lookup Rule Never Expire IP
Read IP Threat Lookup(s).
Access IP Threat Lookup
Graph / Table
This graph displays all the IP lookups that have taken place in your account.
An IP Lookup indicates a user has searched for Armor's recommendation regarding to whitelist or blacklist an IP address.
This table lists:
- The name of the AMP user who performed an IP lookup (IPTL User).
- The date of their last IP lookup (Last Query Date).
- The total number of IP lookups performed (Total Requests).
You can use this box to perform an IP lookup.
To learn more, see Perform an IP Lookup.
You can use this screen to view the IP addresses that your users have researched in AMP.
This column displays the IP address that was researched.
Standard - This lookup took place using the Armor API system.
Detailed - This lookup took place when a user used the IP Lookup feature in AMP.
This column displays the full name of the AMP user who researched the IP address.
This column displays when the search took place.
This column displays the Final Recommendationthat was displayed during an IP lookup.
When you performed a search, you will receive two types of recommendations:
- The Recommendation entry is based on Armor's default policy.
- The Final Recommendation entry is based on any rules that you have previously created.
- For example, if you created a rule to blacklist 123.444.555.777, and then you perform a search on 123.555.777.999, then the Final Recommendation will most likely say Block because of your previously created rul
This column displays the corresponding rule, if applicable.
If the column says None, then you can create a rule for this IP address. Hover over the rule, click the vertical ellipses, and then click Add Rule.
This section displays the rules that have been created in your account.
The IP address that is included in the rule.
The name of the AMP user that created the rule.
The date that the rule was created.
The date that the rule expires, if applicable.
The type of rule (Whitelist or Blacklist).
Add a Rule
Delete a Rule
Perform an IP Lookup
If you do not see any data in this screen, consider that:
- You have not created a rule.
- You have not performed an IP lookup.
- You do not have permission to view this screen.
- To fully use this screen, you must have the following permission enabled for your account:
This feature includes GeoLite data, created by MaxMind. For more information, please visit the MaxMind website.
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