This article describes how you can configure the MyNetwork rule in F-Secure Policy Manager.
MyNetwork works using a single IP address.
If the IP is in the same network as the workstation (based on the calculations from the IP netmask & IP address of the workstation), the rule will return "true" as the value.
To use the Security Level Autoselection feature, you can use different criteria. The most common criteria are DNS server and gateway IP addresses. You should not use the client IP if you are using DHCP without reservations.
To enable MyNetwork Autoselection:
Please refer to Chapter "Configuring security level autoselection" in F-Secure Policy Manager Administrator's guide. The combination of the Method 1 and Method 2 is treated as logical "and" operation, so both of them need to return "true" to activate the profile. In most cases, it is recommended to use two methods to identify the network properly.
Usually the combination of the DNS server address and the GW server address is a fairly good way to identify the network. In some occasions, this is not possible and you'll need to use the other methods. Remember to define one method1=always & method2=always rule as the last one (lowest priority). This will be the "fallback" profile which will be activated if no other rule above it returns true.