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Defining your private network

To use
BlackBerry Gateway
to control access to your private network, you need to define your private network. You can include on-premises locations and private clouds within your private network.
Gateway
blocks users from connecting to any location in your private network unless the connection is allowed by the assigned network access control policy.
You define your private network using IP addresses and CIDRs. You can also specify your private DNS servers and private DNS suffixes and group addresses together into a network service to simplify setting up network access control policies.
You must also install one or more
Gateway Connectors
so that all destinations you want users to be able to access in your defined private network can be connected to through a
Gateway Connector
. Connections to your private network are routed through a secure tunnel from the device to the
BlackBerry Infrastructure
and then to a
Gateway Connector
inside your network.