No it does not.
That being said, it's rather trivial to make it so. Create a new class, let's say AwesomeIpEvaluator and have it implement ICriterionEvaluator. Implement the interface... the trick is in the IsMatch function - the first argument "settings" is what user entered in the UI, so that could be one or more IP addresses. Do some RegEx magic and return true if it's a match, otherwise false.
Finally, you need to replace the default IpAddressEvaluator. You can do this through DI, like this:
// your new evaluator
// name of the evaluator