When you work with private integrations (e.g., integrations with self-hosted VCS) or use a firewall for your company network, you need to add dedicated Crowdin IP addresses and domains to the allowlist to ensure that it operates properly while staying secure. A similar approach is applicable when using Crowdin webhooks. To allow Crowdin to open the pre-configured URLs, add the respective IP addresses and domains to your firewall.
Crowdin uses the following IP address to interact with the integrations:
Crowdin uses the following IP addresses to send the webhooks from:
For your convenience, you can get the integration and webhook IP addresses in JSON format:
Crowdin uses the following domains to provide its services from: