Trusted IP ranges vs Login IP ranges

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Login IP ranges control login access for a user profile. Users with profile login IPs can only log in from IP addresses within the range; otherwise, they’re denied access to Salesforce. Login IP ranges are typically used to restrict login IPs at a granular level. Trusted IP ranges control login access for an organization. When users log in from trusted IPs, they aren’t challenged to verify their identity (such as by entering a code sent to their mobile phone). Unknown users logging in from non-trusted IPs are challenged to verify their identity, and if successful, allowed to access Salesforce. Trusted IP ranges are typically used to “allowlist” IPs at the organization level.

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