- Configuring access based on geographic location
- Configuring access based on email domains
You can grant or deny access to customers based on their geographic location. CloudPortal Business Manager comes integrated with a geolocation application that is used to arrive at the geographic location of users. The country is identified from the IP address of the user. You can provide a list of countries that are either blacklisted or whitelisted. You can specify ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 codes for countries and either allow or deny users from these countries to sign up. These lists are used for users of all account types. You can specify the lists from the Account Management pane of the CloudPortal Business Manager UI.
If a user tries to access the portal from a country that you have marked as blacklisted, the geolocation application rejects the login attempt and directs the user to the CloudPortal support page. A country whitelist always takes precedence over a country blacklist. For example, If a country is marked in the whitelist and also in the blacklist, the country is treated as whitelisted.