Procedural steps that an MSS customer can follow for managing their registered networks with the MSS Security Operation Center (SOC).
Administrators can manage their organization's registered networks in the portal. Registered networks are the IP address ranges that your organization owns and that you want the SOC to monitor or manage. This feature supports both IPv4 and IPv6.
Note: Please refer to the portal guide in the attachment below: Symantec MSS Portal Users Guide page 80-81.
To add a registered network:
On the Incidents tab, click Settings.
Click Registered Networks on the left.
Do one of the following:
For IPv4 or IPv6 addresses, type an IP address in the Start IP Address field. If you are adding a range of addresses, type the end of the range in the End IP Address field.
If you are using CIDR notation, type the IP address range in the CIDRNotation field.
Type a name for this netblock.
Select the network type. The options are:
Internal is the designation for your networks that are not publicly routable. These can be private ranges designated by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) (for example, 10.0.0.0/8, 172.16.0.0/12, and 192.168.0.0/16) or another range that you use only internally.
External is the designation for your networks that are publicly routable.
DMZ is the designation for your networks that reside in your DMZ.
Unknown is for your networks that do not fit the other types.
Note: The Type designation here is for your reference only and does not in anyway affect or change the analysis done against your networks.
To edit a registered network:
In the Registered Networks grid, locate the netblock you want to edit and click the Edit button on the right.
In the data entry area above the grid, modify the auto-populated fields as required.
To delete a registered network
In the Registered Networks grid, locate the netblock you want to remove and click the Delete button on the right.
At the confirmation prompt, click OK.
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