Connection source IP address restrictions (organization data)
From the organization settings screen, you can restrict the connection source IP address that can connect to the organization. (Figure 1)
Figure 1 Connection source IP address setup
Multiple IP addresses can be specified, separated by line breaks, and IP address range (subnet) notation such as 18.104.22.168/24 can also be used.
When using in connection with an external Cloud service
It is necessary to add the IP address as a connection source as well. Check the IP addresses of each service as follows.
Connection source IP address restrictions (user account)
You will not be able to access an organization's data if you restrict that connection source IP address from the organization setting screen. However, you will still be able to log into user accounts and change the user account information.
Please make an inquiry to our support team if you need to restrict access to the user account itself, as configuration on the MagicPod support side will be required.
User fixed IP
If you use the user fixed IP, it is possible to restrict access to the private test environment from other MagicPod organizations.
For detailed settings, check User fixed IP.
MagicPod supports single sign-on using SAML. If you set your current Identity Provider, you will be able to log in to MagicPod using an Email address. (Figure 2)
Figure 2 Single sign-on
For detailed settings, check SAML authentication settings.
Exclusive organization user
If you enable the exclusive organization user function, you can create user accounts that can only be used within that organization.
For detailed settings, check Exclusive organization user settings.
You can restrict a specific domain so that it cannot be used by other organizations and accounts.
For detailed settings, check Domain control.