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Inbound traffic static IP list

If you're using a restrictive firewall or proxy server settings, you or your network admin will need to add certain IP address ranges to your allowlist so that Opsgenie will work as expected.

Here we explain how to set up your allowlist to manage the traffic from your systems to Opsgenie. To see the allowlist from Opsgenie to your systems, visit Outbound traffic static IP list

Atlassian Cloud IP ranges

Add the ranges below to your allowlist to make sure that your system sends traffic to Opsgenie as expected :

The list of IP addresses is dynamic and will change over time. The list is exceptionally long, and we suggest users apply the domain to an allowlist whenever possible.

In addition to Atlassian IP ranges, run the relevant command below to download AWS’s ip-ranges.json. Then, filter the global Cloudfront IP addresses into a new file:

Sample code to run AWS IP .json using Linux

1 curl -O https://ip-ranges.amazonaws.com/ip-ranges.json && jq '.prefixes[] | select(.service == "CLOUDFRONT" and .region == "GLOBAL")' ip-ranges.json > og-ip-ranges.json

Sample code to run AWS IP .json using Windows Powershell

1 $getIpRanges = Invoke-RestMethod -Method GET -Uri https://ip-ranges.amazonaws.com/ip-ranges.json$getIpRanges.prefixes | ? {$.service -like 'AMAZON' -or $.service -like 'CLOUDFRONT'} | sort ip_prefix -Unique | ConvertTo-Json | Set-Content og-ip-ranges.json

 

In order to access all IP lists, merge all IP ranges in https://ip-ranges.atlassian.com/ with og-ip-ranges.json.

Learn how IP address and domains are managed for Atlassian cloud products.

Last modified on Oct 22, 2021
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