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Setting up network connections for
BlackBerry Dynamics
apps

BlackBerry Dynamics
connectivity profiles define the network connections, Internet domains, IP address ranges, and app servers that
BlackBerry Dynamics
apps can connect to.
BlackBerry UEM
includes a Default
BlackBerry Dynamics
connectivity profile with preconfigured settings. If no
BlackBerry Dynamics
connectivity profile is assigned to a user account or to a user group that a user belongs to, the default profile is sent to a user's devices.
UEM
automatically sends a
BlackBerry Dynamics
connectivity profile to a device when a user activates it, when you update an assigned
BlackBerry Dynamics
connectivity profile, or when you assign a different
BlackBerry Dynamics
connectivity profile to a user account or device.
The following options allow administrators to control how
BlackBerry Dynamics
traffic is routed:
  • BlackBerry Dynamics
    connectivity profile
  • BlackBerry Proxy
    web proxy server configuration
  • App-specific settings (for example,
    BlackBerry Access
    web proxy server configuration)
Before you configure routing, ensure that you have a
BlackBerry Proxy
server installed, that the correct ports are open, and that you have network connectivity to the
BlackBerry Dynamics NOC
from the
BlackBerry Proxy
server. To use the
BlackBerry Proxy
in a
BlackBerry UEM Cloud
environment, you must install an on-premises
BlackBerry Connectivity Node
.
For more information, review the following:
This documentation discusses only configurations that affect overall routing. App-specific configuration may be required for apps to connect to specific servers (for example, for
BlackBerry Work
configured with the URL of the
Microsoft Exchange Server
). Review the administration documentation for each
BlackBerry Dynamics
app to understand which app configurations to apply.