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IP Addresses for AWS Security Groups

Is there a list of IP addresses that can be used in an AWS Security Group to allow a connector to access an AWS hosted Data Source? For example, we have a AWS Postgres instance and we would like to setup a connector in Paxata to access that Postgres resource. However, we want to ensure that we don't just open up port 1521 (Postgres) to the world.

Answers

  • AkshayAkshay Posts: 110 admin
    edited March 15, 2019 4:51PM
    The list of IP addresses that can be used to allow a connector to access an AWS Data source are as follows:
    1. prod-e2-ps1.paxata.com: 52.200.27.118
    2. prod-e3-ps1.paxata.com: 34.195.198.27 3. prod-e2-auto1.paxata.com: 52.7.206.65
    4. prod-e3-auto1.paxata.com: 52.54.111.236

    Note: customers might want to open their firewalls to allow connections (whitelist) from these IPs to connect to DBs, etc.

    I hope this helps!

    Thanks,
    Akshay
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