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Define network services

A network service is a group of addresses (FQDNs or IP addresses) that you can use to simplify setting up network access control policies on existing tenants or access control lists on new tenants. When you create network access control policies and access control lists, you can specify a network service instead of specifying each individual address.
BlackBerry
maintains and regularly updates network services for many common SaaS applications to simplify the process for you. You can define additional network services for both public and private applications. You can perform a search of the network services that you have added. For more information on searching, see Searching ACL rules and Network Services.  
  1. In the management console, on the menu bar, click
    Settings > Network
    .
  2. Click the
    Network Services
    tab.
  3. Complete one of the following actions:
    Task
    Steps
    Define network services on new tenants.
    1. Click
      Add
      .
    2. Type a name and description for the network service.
    3. Optionally, click
      Network Services
      and select one or more network services.
    4. Optionally, click
      Address
      . Type an IP address, FQDN, or wildcard domain for the destination. Click The Add icon to add additional addresses.
    5. Click
      Protocol
      and select a protocol to use for the connection attempt and specify a single port or range of ports to use. Click The Add icon to add addition protocol and ports.
    6. Repeat steps d and e to add additional addresses and ports.
    7. Click
      Add
      .
    8. To edit a network service, click the field that you want to edit and make the changes. You cannot edit services that are defined by
      BlackBerry
      .
    9. To remove a network service, click The Remove icon beside the service, address or port. To remove an address and port row, click The Remove icon beside the appropriate destination address and port row. You cannot delete services that are defined by
      BlackBerry
      .
    Define network services to be used in network access control policies on tenants that are not upgraded.
    For information on how to upgrade your environment, see Upgrading your tenant from network access control policies to ACL rules.
    1. Click the
      Network Access Control
      tab.
    2. Click
      Add
      .
    3. Type a name for the network service.
    4. Optionally, type the FQDNs, IP addresses, IP ranges, or CIDRs for the service.
    5. Click
      Add
      .
    6. Repeat steps b to e for each network service that you want to define.
    7. To edit a network service, click The Edit icon beside the service name. You cannot edit services that are defined by
      BlackBerry
      .
    8. To remove a network service, click The Delete icon beside the service name. You cannot remove services that are defined by
      BlackBerry
      .
    Define network services to be used in ACL rules on tenants that are not upgraded.
    For information on how to upgrade your environment, see Upgrading your tenant from network access control policies to ACL rules.
    1. Click the
      Access Control List
      tab.
    2. Click
      Add
      .
    3. Type a name and description for the network service.
    4. Optionally, click
      Network Services
      and select one or more network services.
    5. Optionally, in the
      Address
      field. Type an IP address, FQDN, or wildcard domain for the destination. Click The Add icon to add additional addresses.
    6. Click the
      Protocol
      drop-down and select a protocol to use for the connection attempt and specify a single port or range of ports to use. Click The Add icon to add addition protocol and ports.
    7. Repeat steps e and f for each network service that you want to define.
    8. Click
      Add
      .
    9. To edit a network service, click the field you want to edit and make the changes. You cannot edit services that are defined by
      BlackBerry
      .
    10. To remove a network service, click the The Remove icon beside the service that you want to remove. You cannot remove services that are defined by
      BlackBerry
      .
You can search the network services list to view the information. Click and select one or more predefined scopes, a condition, and specify the criteria. Click the network service that you want to view the settings for. Click to reset the search.