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  • 17.1.0, 17.0.0, 16.1.4, 16.1.3, 16.1.2, 16.1.1, 16.1.0, 15.1.10, 15.1.9
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In this example

In this example, an external API is used to validate an IP address against a blocklist. The external API is Neutrino API, and a free account can be used to test this functionality.
In the example, a request is POSTed to the API. This request includes the following information.
  • The user ID (user-id) of the Neutrino API user.
  • The API Key (api-key) of the Neutrino API user. Because the Neutrino API requires the administrator's API key, we will specify this as a
    authentication token, and reference this API key in the Request Body using a variable.
  • The IP address (ip) to check against the blocklist. In this case, use the perflow variable
    to check the client's IP against the blocklist.
As a response, the blocklist check returns a list of information about the IP address specified, as in the following example:
{ "is-hijacked": false, "is-spider": false, "is-tor": false, "is-dshield": false, "is-vpn": false, "ip": "
", "is-spyware": false, "is-spam-bot": false, "blocklists": [], "last-seen": 0, "is-bot": false, "sensors": [], "list-count": 0, "is-proxy": false, "is-malware": false, "is-listed": false, "is-exploit-bot": false }
In the example presented, we extract the
response, and if the result is
, the connection is rejected by the per-request policy.