Locations

The Locations option allows you to define locations within your Liquit system.

The order of the locations is how they will be processed. You can use drag and drop to rearrange the order.

You'll be presented with a list of currently defined locations within the Liquit system.

Note

To create a 'catch-all' location (for external clients for example) you can define a location without using filters and put it on the bottom of your locations list. This will make sure clients that don't match any of the other locations, will be put in the 'catch-all' one.

Add new Location


To add a new Location, click on 'Add' in the menu bar.

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The initial pop-up for adding a new location

  • Name
    A friendly name for this location.
  • Enabled
    Tick this box to enable the use of this location.
  • Authenticator
    Tick this box to enable the use of an authenticator for this location.

Enter your details and click on 'Next' to go to the summary screen.

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The summary screen for the location to be added

Tick the box and click on 'Finish' to edit your newly created Location.

Location Details


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The details of your license

  • Name
    The name of the location how it's known in the Liquit system.
  • Description
    The description of this location.
  • Enabled
    If this location is enabled or not.
  • Authenticator
    Whether this location requires the use of an authenticator.

Filters for Locations


Setting filters allows you to be precise in what determines if an Identity is currently in one of the set locations. For more in depth information about the usable filters, see the Location Filters documentation.

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An example of filters

In the above filter setup, we utilized the 'Subnet' filter to get all devices belonging this specific subnet. We also specified the 'Direct' option so that only devices which directly connect to the Liquit system from the given subnet will be included.

Variables for Locations


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Location variables list

The Variables tab allows you to configure variables specific to this location. Variables here get inheritted from the 'Global System Variables'. You can override them here.

Note

For more in depth information about variables, see the Variables documentation.