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I happened to notice this [CLOUD-2636] Allow customers to configure IP allowlist and wondered if it could possibly be a way for our Cloud Confluence to control anonymous access. This would be important to us to allow our users without Confluence licenses to access content, similar to how anonymous access to on-prem Confluence systems work. Also thinking we could potentially use our Okta implementation as the app that gets whitelisted?
thanks for any pointers!
Carl, this is an excellent question!
In order to get the right eyeballs on this, I would recommend reposting on the Confluence Cloud Community space.
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