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Can a Bamboo remote agent be on a remote network separate from that running Bamboo

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Helli,

I am running a Bamboo server version 7.1.1 build 70117 - 23 Jul 20.  We expect the Bamboo server to run on public cloud . We use remote agents.

My question is can we use a remote agent that is running in our on-premise lab connecting to Bamboo running on Public cloud

 Or in other words can the Bamboo server and the remote agent be on two  separate networks that are geographically separated ?

If yes, is there a documented process to do this  

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Jeyanthan I Atlassian Team Dec 03, 2020

Hi @yogesh_devi ,

Of course, you can have agents and server on different networks. Bamboo server and agents need 2 ports to talk to each other. I can share the ports that need to be opened for it to work fine and you can decide how to configure in your setup. 

  • Port of the Bamboo itself: 8085 by default and when no proxy is used.
  • Port of the broker: 54663 by default. You'll find the full broker url in the Bamboo admin panel (System -> General Configuration)

The traffic between agent and server is bi-directional, initial connections are only sent from agent to server. Responses are sent from server to agent. For more info check this page:

Cheers,
Jey

Hi Jey - Thanks a lot for your prompt response 

Like Jeyanthan I likes this

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