Step 3 (Azure): Permissioning Blendo to Windows Azure MS SQL Server
Permissioning Blendo: To ensure Blendo will have access to your Windows Azure MS SQL server, please make sure to whitelist and allow connection from the following IP addresses: 188.8.131.52/32, and 184.108.40.206/32
For more instructions, please continue bellow.
Permissioning Blendo to Windows Azure MS SQL Server
Let’s see how to setup Windows Azure SQL Server permissions to allow Blendo to write into your instance.
1> At the Azure Portal, click on All Resources on the left sidebar. In the new window, start typing the name of the server we created before (i.e., gandalfxero). From the filtered results click the server called “gandalfxero”.
2> Click on Firewall on the window on your right side.
3> Type a rule name eg Blendo_1, at START IP box type 220.127.116.11. Put the same at END IP (Or you can put a range of addresses).
4> Click Save to create the rule.
5> Let’s create rules for the rest of the IP addresses. Repeat steps 3,4 for the following IP addresses. Please, use a different rule name for each (i.e Blendo_2, Blendo_3):
6> Click Save to create the rule.