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Filter internal employee traffic, but ip address can change due to outside vendor filter.

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We have a vendor we use to filter outgoing requests through (called Zscaler) and so the ending ip address to our website might change and isn't the ip address sent from our network domain.  

 

How would I go about filtering internal employee traffic in this scenario?

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Accepted by topic author Jason D
October 2016

Filter internal employee traffic, but ip address can change due to outside vendor filter.

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hi @Jason D,

 

You can setup filter to exclude range of IP addresses by using regex or begins with filters or exclude IPv6 addresses. Below links explains how to do this.
https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1034840?hl=en

If that not help you can setup filter to exclude your ISP domains or organization or setup a custom dimension which sets a value for internal user e.g. “Internal Users” and filter you data based on that.

 

hope this help

kind regards

Noman Karim

 

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Accepted by topic author Jason D
October 2016

Filter internal employee traffic, but ip address can change due to outside vendor filter.

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hi @Jason D,

 

You can setup filter to exclude range of IP addresses by using regex or begins with filters or exclude IPv6 addresses. Below links explains how to do this.
https://support.google.com/analytics/answer/1034840?hl=en

If that not help you can setup filter to exclude your ISP domains or organization or setup a custom dimension which sets a value for internal user e.g. “Internal Users” and filter you data based on that.

 

hope this help

kind regards

Noman Karim