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Whitelisting our IP address

For SeekWell to work, you'll need whitelist our IP addresses:

35.193.207.79 and 35.239.74.213​

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Some cloud providers require a "/32" after the IP address.

SSH

Make sure you include the -----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY----- at the top and the -----END RSA PRIVATE KEY----- at the bottom. You can't use an OPENSSH key (e.g. one starting with -----BEGIN OPENSSH PRIVATE KEY----- ). If you have an OPENSSH key, you can convert it to an RSA key with these instructions.

AWS

Here's an example on AWS (more info). In the example, we're whitelisting a Postgres database, be sure to choose the Type appropriate for your database.

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Google Cloud

Here's an example on Google Cloud SQL, first click on SQL in the drop down > select your database and click on the "Connections" tab and click "Add network". Make sure you include "/32" after the IP address.

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Microsoft Azure

​Go to your database details and click "Set server firewall"

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Add our IP addresses and click "Save"

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MySQL (manual)

Example using MySQL statements

GRANT SELECT ON *.* to your_user_name@'35.193.207.79' IDENTIFIED BY 'your_user_password';
GRANT SELECT ON *.* to your_user_name@'35.239.74.213' IDENTIFIED BY 'your_user_password';

Change your_user_name and your_user_password 

​Normally, you will have already granted access to your current External IP, but if you haven't, you will need to grant access for that as well.

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