Jira OnDemand Webhooks access through firewall

How do you access Jira OnDemand Webhooks through a corporate or hosted firewall?

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Hello there,

You could try allowing through your firewall the IP ranges used by OnDemand, those are listed on the following page: IP address range used by OnDemand

Hope it helps!


Thank you for the response. This answers my question at this point.

I'm currently seeing being used by webhooks as well - which, as with Thomas Perkins' company, is preventing webhook traffic from passing through our firewall.

Could you update that Confluence page, please? Looks like there are some ranges in use that aren't recorded there.

EDIT: Wait, that's a private subnet. I'm going to have to ask our network guy why I'd be seeing that in logs on http://requestb.in, I think.

We are currently unable to access WebHooks from OnDemand Jira through our corporate firewall. Our corporate policy is to only allow IP addresses or ranges of IP addresses access through the firewall.

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Richie Gee Atlassian Team Feb 24, 2016

Following up the answer from Marlon,

The updated URL: https://confluence.atlassian.com/cloud/database-and-ip-information-744721662.html


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