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IP access management

IP Access Management allows you to control which IP addresses can be used to access your account, either through the User Interface or the API.

There is no limit to the number of IP addresses that you can allow.

It is possible to remove your own IP address from your list of allowed addresses, thus blocking your own access to your account. While we are able to restore your access, we do require thorough proof of your identify and ownership of your account. We take the security of your account very seriously, and wish to prevent any 'bad actors' from maliciously gaining access to your account.

Your current IP is clearly displayed to help prevent you from accidentally removing it from the allowed addresses.

For more information, please see our IP Access Management documentation.

Retrieve a specific allowed IP

Retrieve a specific allowed IP

GET /access_settings/whitelist/{rule_id}

This endpoint allows you to retreive a specific IP address that has been allowed to access your account.

You must include the ID for the specific IP address you want to retrieve in your call. You can retrieve the IDs associated with your allowed IP addresses using the "Retrieve a list of currently allowed IPs" endpoint.

Authentication

  • API Key

Headers

Authorization
string
default: Bearer <<YOUR_API_KEY_HERE>>
required
on-behalf-of
string
default: The subuser's username. This header generates the API call as if the subuser account was making the call.

Path Parameters

rule_id
string

The ID of the allowed IP address that you want to retrieve.

required

Responses

object
result
array[object]

An array listing all of your allowed IPs.

id
integer

The ID of the allowed IP.

ip
string

The allowed IP.

created_at
integer

A Unix timestamp indicating when the IP was added to the allow list.

updated_at
integer

A Unix timestamp indicating when the IPs allow status was most recently updated.

{
  "result": [
    {
      "id": 1,
      "ip": "192.168.1.1/32",
      "created_at": 1441824715,
      "updated_at": 1441824715
    },
    {
      "id": 2,
      "ip": "192.0.0.0/8",
      "created_at": 1441824715,
      "updated_at": 1441824715
    },
    {
      "id": 3,
      "ip": "192.168.1.3/32",
      "created_at": 1441824715,
      "updated_at": 1441824715
    }
  ]
}

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