Page created: 14 Dec 2021 |
Page updated: 16 May 2023
Anonymous network predictors identify sign-on attempts that originate from an unknown network, such as an unknown VPN.
You can customize an anonymous network predictor by specifying an allow list of IP addresses for which these considerations should be ignored. You can add up to 15 anonymous network predictors per environment.
- In the PingOne console, go to .
- To add a new predictor, click the + icon.
- For the predictor type, select Anonymous Network.
In the Display Name field, enter a name for the
The display name is used in the Risk dashboards and policy configuration.
In the Compact Name field, enter a short name that will
be returned in the API response.
You can't change the compact name after it's been saved.
- Use the Fallback Predictor Decision Value list to select the risk level that this predictor should be assigned if there is insufficient information to calculate the risk level.
- Enter the IP addresses for which anonymous network considerations should be ignored. This should be one or more ranges of IP addresses expressed in CIDR format, separated by commas, for example, 126.96.36.199/24, 188.8.131.52/12. For IP addresses in IPv4 format, you can use IP ranges. For IP addresses in IPv6 format, each address must be added to the list individually.