To get started, log into your Dolby.io Real-time Streaming account and click on "Settings" in the left-side menu.
You should see the below interface. Navigate to the Tokens tab which is highlighted in red in the below screenshot.
Once you are in the Geo-blocking interface, you only need to click on the "allow countries" option to allow the countries you wish and select the "deny countries" option to geo-block the countries you wish.
The end viewers that will be blocked will see a message stating "country not allowed" when trying to access the viewer link.
Click on the plus button highlighted in red on the below screenshot, to create a new token.
Click on the advanced tab highlighted in red. If the geo-blocking option is disabled, click on "enable" and you will see the options to allow and deny countries. You can also allow IP addresses one by one, or add a range of IP addresses if you have multiple to allow.
The end viewers trying to access the viewer link from a country which you included as blocked, will see a message stating "country not allowed" when trying to access the viewer link. We advise you to test it on your end, by blocking the country from which you are based to access the secure viewer link.
Updated 7 days ago