Rivery's Whitelist IPs
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What are Whitelisted IPs Used for?

IP whitelisting is used to grant network access only to specific IP addresses for security purposes.
Whitelist IPs are only used for sources that have Internet access and a public IP address.

Rivery's IP Addresses

Copy these IPs to your systems where applicable (databases, APIs, etc.):

  • If the URL of your Rivery account starts with 'eu-west-1.console.rivery.io' (Dublin):
'54.72.3.182', '54.170.129.1', '34.254.56.182', '54.74.102.196', '34.251.86.250', '18.200.151.179', '52.51.135.92', '52.210.198.68', '54.220.20.232', '52.14.192.86', '13.58.140.165'
  • If the URL of your Rivery account starts with 'console.rivery.io' (Ohio):
'52.14.86.20', '18.189.37.227', '3.128.140.195', '3.133.254.78', '3.140.130.150', '18.189.71.61', '3.12.232.75', '18.220.213.133', '3.19.88.221', '52.14.192.86', '13.58.140.165'

 

Note:

Ensure that the IPs listed above are whitelisted on your end based on your location.

Systems That Make Use of Whitelisted IPs

Amazon S3 Connection
Azure Blob Storage as a Target
Azure Synapse Analytics as a Target
Customer Gauge Connection
Databricks
FTP Connection
MariaDB Connection
MongoDB Atlas Connection
MySQL Connection
Oracle Connection
PostgreSQL as Target
PostgreSQL Connection
Redshift Walkthrough
Sailthru Connection
Setting Up Azure Synapse Analytics as a Target
Setting Up Snowflake as a Target
Setting up Amazon Redshift as a Target
SFTP Connection
SSH Tunnel instance over AWS instances
SQL Server Connection
Vertica Connection

What Happens If I Don't Whitelist These IPs?

Access to the resources (DBs, APIs) will result in timeout errors.
Here's an example:

Connection Error to XXX-XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX.
Please check the connection variables or the credentials in your server.
Error: (pyodbc.OperationalError) ('HYT00', '[HYT00] [Microsoft][ODBC Driver 17 for SQL Server]
Login timeout expired (0) (SQLDriverConnect)')
(Background on this error at: http://sqlalche.me/e/e3q8)

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