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CS-MARS HTTPS Access

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I am new to the CS-MARS and I cannot find the settings to restrict HTTPS access. Currently it allows my server farm subnet HTTPS/SSH access but I want to be able to add a second subnet. I have looked everywhere on the GUI and cannot find this setting.
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Cisco Mars allows https and SSH by default from any source, Cisco Mars management can be restricted further
via your dedicated firewall rules and IDS/IDP devices to identify known attacks.

There is no additional filters to nail down source traffic, this is supposed to be down by other key components of your overall security posture.

harbor235 ;}
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