This guide will provide basic instruction on setting up and configuring CL Connect's firewall rules.


In order for our API service to communicate with your newly created, publicly facing instance of CL Connect, you must configure the server's firewall in a way that the below ports and IPs are whitelisted.


It is Highly Recommended that you set your firewall rules to block all inbound public traffic and whitelist only the given Inbound IP addresses provided below to minimize the public exposure of CL Connect for the highest level of security.



  

Production

Direction

Action

IP(s)

Port(s)

Inbound

Permit

  • 23.99.3.236
  • 23.99.4.206
  • 23.99.7.131
  • 23.99.7.165
  • 23.99.91.55
  • 104.209.34.227
  • 138.91.242.26
  • 191.236.119.221



443

Outbound

Permit

  • 23.99.7.165
  • 23.99.4.206
  • 23.99.7.131
  • 23.99.3.236
  • 191.236.119.221
  • 23.99.91.55
  • 138.91.242.26
  • 104.209.34.227



443



Sandbox

Direction

Action

IP(s)

Port(s)

Inbound

Permit

  • 40.83.179.31
  • 40.83.181.84
  • 40.83.183.1
  • 40.83.183.190
  • 40.83.183.236
  • 137.135.49.41
  • 138.91.226.83
  • 191.236.119.221



443





Outbound

Permit

  • 40.83.179.31
  • 40.83.181.84
  • 40.83.183.1
  • 40.83.183.190
  • 40.83.183.236
  • 137.135.49.41
  • 138.91.226.83
  • 191.236.119.221



443






 




Continue to the next step here: Establish Public DNS for CL Connect and Install Valid SSL Certificate.