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Manage the UDT White List

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Updated February 22nd, 2017

The White List enables you to tell UDT which endpoints on your network you consider safe. Using that list UDT can report a list of endpoints on the network that you do not consider safe, and these endpoints appear in the Rogue Devices resource.

The White List also enables you to tell UDT which endpoints on your network to ignore altogether. Any endpoint that you want UDT to ignore becomes completely invisible to all its resources.

Rules determine how the White List influences UDT's endpoint monitoring behavior. By default UDT creates and enables three rules in the White List during software installation: any host name, any IP Address, and any MAC Address.

With default rules enabled, all endpoints connected to your monitored UDT devices are placed on the UDT White List list; and as a result no endpoints appear on the list in the Rogue Devices resource.

UDT treats an endpoint's MAC address, IP address, and host name as separate objects. Depending on white list inclusion rules, one or more of those objects could possibly appear in the Rogue Devices resource at the same time.

 
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