The IPs that are within the range of RFC1918 standard are considered private IPs. The IPs that are outside the RFC1918 are treated as Internet IPs. However, users can specify their East-West IPs (datacenter public IPs) that they want to be treated as non-Internet IPs while tagging flows and micro-segmentation, even if these are outside the private IP address range as defined by RFC1918.
To specify public IPs to be treated as non-internet IPs
On the top-right corner of Home page, click the Profile icon, and then click Settings.
In the Settings section, click East-West IPs.
In the IP Addresses box, enter specific IPs, or IP ranges, or subnets, which are to be treated as non-internet IPs.
Click Save. The IP Addresses Saved confirmation message is displayed upon successful saving.