We have activated Google-Authenticator as a 2FA for our internal site where we have a rule that’s checking for accepted ip addresses that will not trigger 2FA. It should only ask to verify the user with Google-Authenticator only if it’s being accessed out of office. I added the allowed ip addresses which is all good. However we have a remote developer with dynamic IP address so there is no point of adding his current IP as it will change constantly. So, the question is, is there a way of adding the remote dev in the rule where auth-0 will not trigger 2FA and not display Google-Authenticator?
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Not at this time. However if this is something that you feel could be very beneficial to your team, please share it with us at Auth0.com/feedback. Our product team reads each and every one of these requests and they help shape our roadmap for the future. Thanks!
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