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we are faced with the question of whether it is possible, in addition to licensed employees, to grant a number of employees only reading rights for Confluence content (Cloud) without requiring additional licenses (Anonymous).
However, it would be imperative that all of our Confluence content is only accessible internally and not publicly on the internet.
While searching for an answer I came across the following reference in the Atlassian support documentation.
Cloud only - IP whitelisted plans
If you allow anonymous access to the cloud, your content will be made available to all internet users. However, it is possible to further restrict this through IP whitelist rules configured for your cloud site. This makes it possible to make content available only to users on a private network or VPN.
Would this be the right approach and has anyone had any experience with it?