So I will address both of the comments here.
Generally what we do now is that we give the a list of port and protocols and server URL’s that we use to a respective client IT team. They allow traffic on those ports and only to those URL.
So before we used mender. We had given them a bunch of ports and protocols like
- allow traffic on TCP port 443
- allow UDP traffic on port 123 and 127 for NTP
- we gave them our s3 bucket links and our iot URL
So What I understood was, In order to allow mender updates and communication with hosted mender under clients network infrastructure . I need to provide the IT team with an updated list that includes mender related URL’s and protocols
which are mainly hosted.mender.io, s3bucket and TCP traffic on port 443
what I need to know is, if and when
hosted-mender-artifacts.s3.amazonaws.com changes. Will I be provided some sort of advance notice so that I can relay that information to the respective IT teams.
Where I got confused, was I generally did not provide region information while providing my s3 bucket link. So I just got confused over there and wanted to know if there is a specific reason for that. We are releasing our new hardware into the wild next week.
So just wanted to make sure I have every corner figured out
I hope this clears your doubts.
Unfortunately I don’t speak polish. And apparently it will take me 1100 hours to learn that. So let me take back my earlier statement and use this instead
I am a master in English language