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SMTP Proxy Tidbits (SPF and Proofpoint Tweak)

TMRT
New Contributor

 

If you are deploying Netskope SMTP Proxy few notes of interest. (Various screenshots of interest attached).

 

1. If your upstream has SPF check ensure to add following record to your DNS server  so that the SPF check does not fail

 

_spf.goskope.com

 

2. To allow Netskope IP's refer to the following list

 

2.a If you are using Proofpoint as the upstream MTA there is a tweak to allow these IP's.

Proofpoint does not accept CIDR ranges. Also adding in CIDR notation e.g. /24 did not help in my case.

Use the following format (first 3 octets only) (screenshot attached)

 

163.116.128

8.36.116

 

NOTE: for complete list of IP's subscribe to this article. There is a table for SMTP Proxy "

Netskope Email DLP (SMTP) List for Allowlisting

The following list of IP ranges represents where SMTP traffic may egress from Netskope's NewEdge Security Cloud, and should be used for permitting traffic with upstream email providers. Netskope's recommendation is that customers' add all IP ranges when configuring allowlisting with email providers. If a tenant is assigned to a specific region (other than the global region), then only the relevant range(s) in the table below require allowlisting.

 

 

Global (default)

All DCs below

All prefixes below

All ranges below

North America

San Jose, CA, USA (SV5)

8.36.116.0/24

163.116.128.0/24

8.36.116.0 - 8.36.116.255

163.116.128.0 - 163.116.128.255

North America

San Jose, CA, USA (SJC1)

163.116.131.0/24

163.116.131.0 - 163.116.131.255

Europe

Frankfurt, Germany (FR4)

8.39.144.0/24

163.116.160.0/24

8.39.144.0 - 8.39.144.255

163.116.160.0 - 163.116.160.255

Europe

Amsterdam, Netherlands (AM2)

31.186.239.0/24

31.186.239.0 - 31.186.239.255

Oceania

Melbourne, Australia (MEL2)

163.116.206.0/24

163.116.206.0 - 163.116.206.255

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CommunityChris
Contributor II

This is great information if you are looking to deploy Netskope SMTP Proxy, thank you @TMRT for sharing! Keep those Tidbits coming!

 

 


Chris Shernaman
Online Community Manager