ADAM-ALEPH, restrict access by IP address
- Article Type: Q&A
- Product: Aleph
- Product Version: 18
Is it possible to restrict access to an ADAM object by incoming IP address?
Yes, that's possible. Please see „Aleph Staff User Guide – Cataloging“, page 141 for a secription of how to restrict object access by IP address:
The IP Address is optional. It is used to limit object access based on the patron?s IP Address. The addresses can be truncated by using the asterisk (*).
You can enter more than one IP address, separated by a blank space (up to 200 characters in total).
You may use a hyphen (-) to set a range of permitted addresses. For example: 191.206.064.12-126.96.36.199. The range may include an asterisk (*) as a wildcard which can be set in at the end of the range (for example 191.206.064.*-191.206.127.*) or in the middle (for example 191.206.*.78-191.206.*.95).
Category: ADAM (500) - ALEPH
Subject: ALEPH - 500
- Article last edited: 10/13/2014