Restricting IP addresses

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To restrict IP addresses for your test, follow these steps:

  1. Identify IP addresses that correspond to the network that will be used to conduct the test.
  2. Log in to your HackerEarth account using your admin credentials.
  3. Click the name of your test to open it.
  4. In the Test Details section, click Test Settings.
  5. Scroll to the Proctoring Settings section.
  6. Select Restrict test access for certain IP addresses
  7. Add the required IP addresses.
    These IP addresses must be listed in the Proctoring Settings section by adding one or all the following:
    1. Multiple IP addresses separated by commas (,), for example,, 
    2. Range of IP addresses, for example,
      A range of IP addresses is a set of IP addresses from the lowest IP to the highest IP that is specified. For more information, see Private and Public IP Address Ranges.
    3. Subnets, for example,
      A subnet (or subnetwork) is a logical subdivision of an IP network. For more information, see Subnetwork.
  8. Click Save Proctoring Settings.

You have successfully restricted IP addresses for your test.



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