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IP list of fetching servers


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    Maor Gariv

    Hi Christopher,

    Thanks for reaching out.

    When uploading a resource using remote-upload/fetch or asking for notifications (webhooks), in cases where firewalls are present, the origin/destination server needs to authorise (whitelist) the IPs from which requests are sent by Cloudinary.

    Normally these requests are processed by a bundle of servers, using dynamic IPs that cannot be whitelisted in advance and therefore may be blocked by the firewall. This can be solved by configuring the cloud-name to use certain web proxies that have fixed IPs (available starting the Advanced plan).

    Let me know if you're interested and we can set it up for you (if privacy is an issue, feel free to open a support ticket).



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