In corporate environments that do not allow outgoing TCP connections through the firewall, the firewall will need to be configured to allow the SwipedOn iPad app to connect to the SwipedOn platform.
SwipedOn is a cloud-based platform, and these endpoints are likely to change over time. This page will be updated when the endpoints change.
IT administrators can choose to allow access to the list of likely endpoints, which is large and may allow traffic to platforms other than SwipedOn, but will not need regular updating. Alternatively, they can configure the firewall to allow connections to the current SwipedOn endpoints. Still, they will need to update this periodically (and different locations are likely to require different access).
Method A: allow the minimum access, which may change.
- Perform a DNS lookup for the domain name "secure.swipedon.com". Allow TCP access from the device running the SwipedOn app to the resolved IP addresses on ports 80 and 443.
- Perform a DNS lookup for the domain name "rest.swipedon.com". Allow TCP access from the device running the SwipedOn app to the resolved IP addresses on port 443.
- Perform a DNS lookup for the domain name "socket.swipedon.com". Allow TCP access from the device running the SwipedOn app to the resolved IP addresses on port 443.
Method B: allow general access to SwipedOn cloud endpoints
- Allow acccess to the device running the SwipedOn app to the following IP ranges on port 443:
Amazon EC2 (us-east-2)
Amazon EC2 (us-east-2, ipv6)
2. Allow access to the device running the SwipedOn app to the following IP ranges on ports 80 and 443:
Amazon Cloudfront (all regions):
Amazon Cloudfront (all regions, ipv6)
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