How should my network be configured to work with Cayan's services?

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As a security measure, many merchants restrict outbound communications from their networks - whitelisting traffic to just a handful of sites, such as their payment processor.

Below are all the necessary details for how a Network Administrator should configure his/her networks and firewalls to inter-operate with Cayan's services.

Hosts:

  • transport.merchantware.net
  • genius.merchantware.net
  • ps1.merchantware.net
  • s01.merchantware.net
  • logupload.merchantware.net

Production IP Addresses:

  • Cayan's Boston Data Center: 63.128.13.128 /26
  • Cayan's Chicago Data Center: 205.219.72.64 /26

Ports:

Public internet:

  • 443: SSL
  • 7622: SFTP (via SSH)

Local area network:

  • 8080: POS (or Store & Forward) communication to a Genius terminal (HTTP)
  • 8443: POS communication to a Genius terminal (HTTPS)
  • 7500: default Store & Forward for all traffic represented by transport.merchantware.net
  • 7501: default Store & Forward for all traffic represented by ps1.merchantware.net
  • 7502: default Store & Forward for all traffic represented by genius.merchantware.net
  • 7503: default Store & Forward for Rest API that can be used to communicate with Store and Forward
  • 7504: default Store & Forward that services the Administration Website