How to allow group of computers in IIS?

Posted on 2011-10-10
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I have a site set up.
I need to allow ip addresses (11.1.X.X) access to the site. Outside IP addresses work fine, but if they IP is on the network, it cannot access it. Any suggestions?
Question by:fstinc
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    Accepted Solution

    Open IIS and right click website --->Properties-->Directory Security--->IP address and domain name restriction
    You can add the IP address to access the website.

    Author Comment

    Yeah, it looks like I can only do 1 ip address, one by one.

    There is also "Group of Computers" but it says

    Network ID
    Subnet Mask.

    Which doesnt make sense if I want to add a group of computers with 11.1.X.X?

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