As part of certain builds we’d like to feed data into a Graphite instance. For security this Graphite instance is normally only available over VPN, but we can whitelist IPs or a range of IPs. So my question is, do the boxes/VMs that BitRise builds on have a static or predictable IP or range of IPs that we could whitelist on our side?
Restrict by IP: configure your server to only allow connections from certain IP addresses. We don’t recommend this solution, as even if you restrict the IP range to bitrise.io build machine IPs, that means that anyone who runs builds on bitrise.io will be allowed to communicate with your servers. Additionally, we only have fix IPs for our Mac build machines, the Linux stacks are hosted on Google Compute Engine and we use emphemeral IPs there, so the range is GCE’s ephemeral IP range.
If you’d need more info please check How to configure bitrise to access an internally hosted git repository and feel free to ask there!
I’ll close this issue, to have a centralized discussion at How to configure bitrise to access an internally hosted git repository
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