Internal Networks allow Umbrella to manage traffic sent from computers on the subnets or internal IP addresses of your networks. You associate an Internal Network with a Site. If you have more than one physical location or if you have more than one Internal Network to configure, you can build multiple sites.
An Internal Network identity defines a subnet that's non-routable (or RFC 1918 compliant). For example, if your Internal Network is defined as 192.168.0/24, Umbrella applies policies to the traffic received from any computer or device with an IP on that subnet.
Internal Networks associated with Sites require the deployment of at least one Umbrella Virtual Appliance (VA). The Umbrella VA forwards your DNS traffic from the internal network and Umbrella applies policies to any traffic identified as coming from the networks.
For more information, see the Virtual Appliance Setup Guide.
- Register a subnet for the Umbrella VA. For more information, see Provision a Subnet for Your Virtual Appliance and Manage Sites.
- Manage Internal Networks.
- Assign a Policy to Your Site.
Internal Networks Setup Guide > Provision a Subnet for Your Virtual Appliance
Updated 8 months ago