Allow us to connect to your Redshift cluster

ironSource.Atom needs access to your Redshift cluster to organize and optimize your tables. Grant the following IP to access your cluster:

  • 52.0.30.209/32

Depending on the setup of your cluster, you will need to take different steps to allow ironSource atom to connect.

  • If your Redshift cluster is in a VPC click here
  • If your Redshift cluster isn’t in a VPC click here

If your Redshift cluster is in a VPC

You can grant these IPs access to your Redshift cluster by following these steps:

  1. Create an EC2 security group in your VPC and add the IPs. AcessConsole

  2. Attach the Security Group to your Redshift cluster: AcessConsole

  3. That’s it! The IPs are open and we are ready to go.

For more information: http://docs.aws.amazon.com/redshift/latest/mgmt/working-with-security-groups.html

If your Redshift cluster isn’t in a VPC

If your Redshift cluster isn’t in a VPC you have to take different steps to open connectivity for ironSource atom.

1. Create a Redshift security group

  1. In the AWS Redshift console go to the “Security” tab Step1
  2. Click “Cluster Security Group”
  3. Choose a name for the Security Group, add a description and click “Create” Step2
  4. Back in the Security tab click your newly created security group Step3
  5. Click “Add Connection Type”
  6. Choose CIDR/IP as a connection type and enter “52.0.30.209/32” as the IP to authorize. Step4

2. Add the new security group to your cluster

  1. In the AWS Redshift console go to the “Clusters” tab

  2. From the list of available clusters, find your cluster and click it. Step5
  3. In the cluster detailed view, click the “Cluster” button, and choose “Modify” from the dropdown. Step6
  4. In the “Modify Cluster” modal window, add your security group to the cluster by using (CTRL+click/CMD+click) on the security group’s name in the “Cluster Security Groups” field. Step7
  5. Click the “Modify” button.
  6. That’s all!