Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity for Networks

Adding an address space

July 3, 2024

ID 235069

You can add address spaces to the application if you need to arrange addresses of devices into sets based on a specific attribute (for example, based on the specific network segments of devices).

Maximum number of address spaces in the application – 100.

Only users with the Administrator role can add address spaces.

To add an address space:

  1. Connect to the Kaspersky Industrial CyberSecurity for Networks Server through the web interface using the Administrator account.
  2. Select the Assets section.
  3. On the Address spaces tab, open the details area by clicking the Add AS button.
  4. Enter the name of the address space.

    You can use letters, numerals, a space, and the following special characters: ! @ # № $ % ^ & ( ) [ ] { } ' , . - _.

    The address space name must meet the following requirements:

    • Must begin and end with any permitted character except a space.
    • Must contain 255 characters or less.
    • Must not match the name of another address space (not case-sensitive).

    It is recommended to set an address space name that is no more than 6–8 characters long. If the name contains more characters, the address information may not be fully displayed in the cells of some data tables (for example, in the devices table).

  5. If necessary, enter a text description of the address space.
  6. Configure the settings of the first address space rule.
  7. If necessary, add and configure additional address space rules by clicking the Add rule button.

    The total number of rules in an address space cannot exceed 10.

  8. Click Save.

    This button is unavailable if not all required values are specified or if there are invalid values in the settings.

The lower part of the Address spaces tab will show a separate block containing information about the added address space.

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