Alright, stupid question time again!

I have a vendor (QED/Omni Manager) where I believe I need to open up ports
for a range of IP addresses, on their end to let their client loaded on our
workstations talk to their servers.
I have been adding filters for specific IP address in my network to get them
working correctly but that is just one IP address not a bunch of IP
addresses.

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Here is exactly what they sent me to address this problem:
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Omni Manager Proxy Authentication

Omni Manager needs access to the following IP ranges on ports 80/TCP and
443/TCP to function correctly. The service name "liteclient.exe" should be
given rights through the proxy to the following IP ranges.
84.22.160.0/19 (84.22.160.0 - 84.22.191.255 mask: 255.255.224.0)
62.128.193.0/24 (62.128.193.0 - 62.128.193.255 mask: 255.255.255.0)
209.97.202.218/32 (209.97.202.218 - 209.97.202.218 mask: 255.255.255.255)
This proxy configuration will allow all Omni Manager Clients to pass through
the proxy services unhindered.
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Does this make sense to anyone and is there an easy filter exception I can
create to let this traffic flow.
The client works just fine when I drop all the filters but as soon as I
enable then it stops working.

Any help is HUGELY appreciated!