Safelisting our IP address

To use SeekWell, you first need to safelist the following IP addresses: and​

Some cloud providers require a "/32" after the IP address.

Make sure to include the -----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY----- at the top and the -----END RSA PRIVATE KEY----- at the bottom. You cannot use an OPENSSH key (for example, one starting with -----BEGIN OPENSSH PRIVATE KEY----- ). If you have an OPENSSH key, you can convert it to an RSA key following these instructions.


Here’s an example on AWS. In the example, we safelist a Postgres database. Be sure to choose the Type appropriate for your database.

Safelist AWS


Snowflake provides connection instructions here.

Google Cloud

Follow this example on to safelist IP addresses in Google Cloud SQL: First select SQL from the drop-down. Select your database and select the "Connections" tab. Select "Add network". Make sure you include "/32" after the IP address.

Safelist Google Cloud

Select SQL

Select Connections

Microsoft Azure

Follow these steps to safelist IP addresses in Microsoft Azure: Go to your database details and select "Set server firewall".

Safelist Microsoft Azure

Add our IP addresses and select "Save".

Enter IP addresses

Select Save

MySQL (manual)

Example using MySQL statements:

GRANT SELECT ON *.* to your_user_name@'' IDENTIFIED BY 'your_user_password';
GRANT SELECT ON *.* to your_user_name@'' IDENTIFIED BY 'your_user_password';

Change your_user_name and your_user_password.

Normally, you will have already granted access to your current External IP. If you have not, you will need to grant access for that as well.


See instructions here.

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