With Networks, you can configure your networks in AbuseHQ. This is useful to drop events in Inbound Processing that don’t belong to your networks. You can also tag your networks to distinguish events in Inbound Processing by the originating network. Tags are available in the Case Search and displayed in every Case or add Events to Cases in certain Case Groups.
Navigate to the settings page and click on Networks in the menu on the left. By default the lists of networks is empty. You can configure a new network by clicking the Add Network button in the Networks section.
The Create Network windows will open. Set a descriptive name for your network and fill in the address and prefix of your network CIDR.
After you set up everything, click Create.
You can also import your Networks with an AS Number. Go to Network Settings page as described before and click the Add ASN button.
The Import Networks by ASN window will open. First fill your AS Number in the Search for ASN text input, then click the Search button. AbuseHQ will now lookup you networks and will give you a list with all of them.
You can set a name, comment, and tags for each network separately or all at once.
When you’re done click Save.