You work with the following types of trusted IP addresses on a Gateway Enforcer:
Trusted external IP addresses
A trusted external IP address is the IP address of an external computer that is allowed to access the corporate network without running the client.
See Specifying trusted external IP addresses.
Trusted internal IP addresses
A trusted internal IP address is the IP address of a computer within the corporate network that any client can access from the outside.
See Adding a trusted internal IP address for clients on a management server.
You can add trusted IP addresses of both types on the Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager Console. Traffic to the console is always allowed from the Gateway Enforcer appliance.
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