With most configurations, your changes will only apply to the record or domain you are modifying. However, IP Filters can be applied to multiple domains. That means any changes you make to an existing and applied IP Filter will propagate to all the domains it is applied to.
3. Edit Filter Information
You will then be prompted to edit your IP Filter. Please follow the directions below:
Name: Enter an easily identifiable name for your filter. You will need this later when you use it with a domain.
Filter rules Limit: IP filters are billed differently depending on how many rules are applied to it and it is costed out per 100 rules (1-100 rules costs the same). If you require more than 100 rules then you will need to adjust this accordingly but we recommend you do not set it any higher than you need.
Filter by: You can choose from any of the four options to create your filter: Location, ASN, /24 IPv4 EDNS client subnet or /120 IPv6 EDNS client subnet. To add them to the list, either highlight the region or enter in the ASN or IP block and then click the corresponding button to the right.
Save: Once you have added all of your filters, click the Save button.
If you would like to remove a rule from the filter, just click the button next to one you want to remove. After you create an IP filter, you can feel free to apply the IP filter to a record within a domain.