Hi Benjamin, Hi Dag,
I think, in some environment that could make perfect sense.
We are using the software in a private cloud environment and have some
centrally managed lists of IP networks which are allowed to access internal
Right now, every service using our private cloud has to maintain those ACLs on
their own (>>200 rule entries). We've written and provided a Python tool that
allows the customer to manage both their ACL entries and firewall entries (for
IP addresses in a non-VPC network), which automatically inserts and regularly
updates those "Intranet list". It would be great to have them defined globally
once, such that each customer can rely on us to update the ACL accordingly.
But Benjamin: As of now, I don't think there is such a functionality in CS.
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On 02.02.18, 11:59, "Dag Sonstebo" <dag.sonst...@shapeblue.com> wrote:
Not to my knowledge – that would be a security issue in itself since you
would then announce to any user what ACL rules are in place for other users.
On 02/02/2018, 10:06, "Benjamin Naber" <benjamin.na...@coders-area.de>
is there any way, to create Network ACL Lists that global accessable ?
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