Okta has 400+ IPs that are all /32. Looking for an EDL solution

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Okta has 400+ IPs that are all /32. Looking for an EDL solution

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Has anybody figured out an edl to allow communications to Okta without manually entering the whole list?  My customer is using Okat for MFA and the Okta Portal uses a whitelist so they have policies that anything hitting Okta should use ip x.x.x.x.  This is legacy config from a newly replaced firewall.

 

FQDN Address objects are only reporting 2 IPs

 

Thanks,

SK 

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@SteveKrall,

They actually publish this information HERE in JSON format. You could easily create a script that regularly pulls this list and feeds it into your EDL solution or add those addresses with a tag like Okta and then use an address-group in your policy. 

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