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Re: An API key must be used by a single device

Postby steve@bundyplus.com.au » March 14th, 2019, 6:22 pm

Hi Wyatt,

Good news you're looking at relaxing your stance on static IPs but we have 5 front end servers so 3-4 IP address aren't going to work for us :-(

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Re: An API key must be used by a single device

Postby steve@bundyplus.com.au » March 14th, 2019, 7:21 pm

Hi Wyatt,

I've checkout our your suggestion for Ian but that solution seems to only apply to direct SQL connections.

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Re: An API key must be used by a single device

Postby Wyatt » March 15th, 2019, 6:02 am

Contact Zapier, if they have the ability to use static IPs for some things they have the ability to do it with others.
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Re: An API key must be used by a single device

Postby steve@bundyplus.com.au » March 17th, 2019, 5:19 pm

Hi Wyatt,

I contacted Zapier and this is their response.

"We only have a static IP for our MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQL Server integrations. Everything else is from a general pool of servers from AWS's us-east-1 region. We don't have another way to lock in a specific IP -- I'm sorry for the news! Let us know if you have any questions."

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