Rule Check: Geolocation by Country
The Geolocation by Country check compares the server's geolocation (as displayed in parentheses in the Connecting IP Address field on the Server Summary page of the Halo Portal) with the country-code values specified in this check, and then either passes or fails depending on whether the server location matches or does not match any of the listed countries.
This check is typically used to ensure that a server is located in an approved country (whitelisting), or to ensure that the server is not located in a disapproved country (blacklisting)
The three-letter ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 country code of a country. Can be a single valid code or a comma-delimited list of codes.
Some valid examples are:
|Are allowed for servers to connect from||
This check fails if the server's geolocation is not in the specified list of country codes.
|Are not allowed for servers to connect from||
This check fails if the server's geolocation is in the specified list of country codes.
|Remedial Suggestion (optional)||