Production & Test IP addresses and ports

To be able to communicate with ONEiO, end systems need to have ALL of the following communication channels open

Production

Inbound: End System > ONEiO

Static IP(s)

  • 54.77.75.179:443
  • 54.77.137.161:443

(Address: https://rest-receiver.service-flow.com/api OR https://soap-receiver.service-flow.com/api )

Outbound: ONEiO > End System

Static IP(s)

  • 54.77.247.222:443 / case specific
  • 54.77.250.26:443 / case specific
 

 

QA (Test)

Inbound: End System > ONEiO

Static IP(s)

  • 54.171.0.42:443
  • 54.171.36.116:443

(Address: https://rest-receiver-test.service-flow.com/api OR https://soap-receiver-test.service-flow.com/api)

Outbound: ONEiO > End System

Static IP(s)

  • 54.171.68.212:443 / case specific
  • 54.171.121.41:443 / case specific
 

How to test connectivity from your system to ONEiO?

The easiest way to check if there is a network connection to ONEiO is to use a command-line tool like curl or telnet from the server where your system is running. Remember to test both the INBOUND IP addresses. Here's an example with curl:

 
curl https://prod-inbound-1.service-flow.com
curl https://prod-inbound-2.service-flow.com
 
curl https://test-inbound-1.service-flow.com
curl https://test-inbound-2.service-flow.com

If you get a HTML page as a result, connectivity is ok.

Here's how you test with telnet:

 
telnet prod-inbound-1.service-flow.com 443
telnet prod-inbound-2.service-flow.com 443
telnet test-inbound-1.service-flow.com 443
telnet test-inbound-2.service-flow.com 443

You will just get a blank screen if the connection succeeds.

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