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About the BlackBerry Dynamics connectivity profile settings

The BlackBerry Dynamics connectivity profile determines where and how traffic is routed for the enrolled devices. For more detailed information about all of the settings in the profile, refer to the BlackBerry Dynamics connectivity profile settings topic in the Administration content. The following fields in the profile will help you route traffic correctly:
  • Direct
    : Select this option to route traffic directly from the app to the domain without going through BlackBerry Proxy. This option is supported only for apps developed with BlackBerry Dynamics SDK version 6.0 and later.
  • BlackBerry Proxy Cluster
    : Select this option to specify the BlackBerry Proxy clusters that must be used to reach the domain. Using this option will route traffic to your BlackBerry Connectivity Node through a secure tunnel (a VPN for example) to resources. For more information, see Routing BlackBerry Dynamics app data through BlackBerry Proxy.
  • Deny
    : Select this option to block the app from connecting to the domain. This option is supported for apps developed with BlackBerry Dynamics SDK version 6.0 and later.
  • Allowed domains
    : A list of the Internet domains that your organization wants to control access to. For example, blackberry.com controls access to any server in the blackberry.com domain. BlackBerry Dynamics apps are allowed to connect through your organization's firewall to any server in the listed domains and their subdomains.
  • Default allowed domain route type
    : This setting determines the default behaviour for traffic (if strict tunneling is not configured in BlackBerry Access).
  • Default domains
    : A list of the default allowed domains (for example, qa.blackberry.com). BlackBerry Dynamics apps may try to connect to an unqualified hostname like "portal" instead of using a fully qualified name like "portal.sales.xyzcorp.com". The domains in this list will be appended to unqualified hostnames to construct fully qualified names.
  • Additional servers
    : A list of additional servers that BlackBerry Dynamics apps can connect to. Add servers to this list if you want BlackBerry Dynamics apps to connect only to certain servers and not to every server in a domain. When you add a server, you specify the fully qualified domain name.
  • IP address ranges
    : A list of IP address ranges that BlackBerry Dynamics apps can access when they make a connection request using an IP address rather than a hostname. Specify a range of IP addresses that BlackBerry Dynamics apps can access when they make a connection request using an IP address rather than a hostname. Address ranges must be entered with a lower and upper bound address (for example, 192.168.2.0-192.168.2.255) or in IPv4 CIDR notation (for example, 192.168.2.0/24). For example:
    • Discrete addresses: 192.168.2.0-192.168.2.255
    • An entire subnet: 192.168.2.0/24