Restricting Access by IP Filtering

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  • Some of our corporate customers have asked about ways to restrict access to their trees to a specific IP address or range.  This week’s update lets you do just that.

    Using CIDR notation, you can add a series of IP addresses as white lists. Any request coming from outside the range you designate will be denied access. If you opt-out of restricting access, the entire world will be able to view your tree. You can read more about CIDR here.

    Here’s how to restrict access to your decision trees:

    1. Go to the Settings tool for your tree, and click the Security tab.

    2. Locate Restrict Access to IP Ranges:

    3. Enter the IP address ranges to allow in CIDR format, one per line.

    4. Click Update Settings when done.


  • Some of our corporate customers have asked about ways to restrict access to their trees to a specific IP address or range.  This week’s update lets you do just that.

    Using CIDR notation, you can add a series of IP addresses as white lists. Any request coming from outside the range you designate will be denied access. If you opt-out of restricting access, the entire world will be able to view your tree. You can read more about CIDR here.

    Here’s how to restrict access to your decision trees:

    1. Go to the Settings tool for your tree, and click the Security tab.

    2. Locate Restrict Access to IP Ranges:

    3. Enter the IP address ranges to allow in CIDR format, one per line.

    4. Click Update All Settings when done.


  • Throughout 2022 Zingtree will be upgrading customers to our new faster and more modern user experience! Here's how to tell which experience your Zingtree Authors are currently using.

    Log in to your Zingtree Author account and navigate to My Trees. How does your current My Trees page look?

    Zingtree Classic

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    New User Experience

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