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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Restricting IP addresses
This is a premium feature. If you want it enabled for your account, please contact your account manager.
To restrict IP addresses for your test, follow these steps:
- Identify IP addresses that correspond to the network that will be used to conduct the test.
- Log in to your HackerEarth account using your admin credentials.
- Click the name of your test to open it.
- In the Test Details section, click Test Settings.
- Scroll to the Proctoring Settings section.
- Select Restrict test access for certain IP addresses.
- Add the required IP addresses.
These IP addresses must be listed in the Proctoring Settings section by adding one or all the following:
- Multiple IP addresses separated by commas (,), for example, 10.73.82.21, 10.21.43.54
- Range of IP addresses, for example, 10.10.16.1-10.10.16.240
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.
- Subnets, for example, 10.2.10.0/24
A subnet (or subnetwork) is a logical subdivision of an IP network. For more information, see Subnetwork.
- Click Save Proctoring Settings.
You have successfully restricted IP addresses for your test.