A private IP address group references a set of IP addresses or segments on the internal corporate network that share the same egress IP address.
You can define a private IP address group to identify a sub-location within a corporate network location. You can then use these sub-locations to implement different internet access rules for the corporate network location, regardless of which users are accessing from these internal IP addresses.
A public IP address group references a set of public IP addresses or segments outside your corporate networks, such as when users connect to public Wi-Fi networks or work from home.
You can define a public IP address group and implement private access or internet access rules to determine whether users are allowed to access corporate resources or the internet from these IP addresses.
This name appears in the Available Locations list when you configure internet access rules and HTTPS inspection rules.
IPv6 is not supported.