Workato is committed to providing a highly secure and reliable integration service using proven, tested, best-in-class technologies, practices and procedures. Workato's security policy can be found here.
IP whitelisting allows you to ensure traffic to/from Workato is not hijacked by a malicious website.
Traffic from Workato
All traffic from Workato comes through the following IP addresses:
You can add these IP addresses to your application/firewall whitelist. Add all three IP addresses to the whitelist to ensure continuous access.
Example whitelist configuration
If you have a recipe that accesses a MySQL server running on an Amazon EC2 machine, with a special user called integrationuser, you can run the following SQL command on your database to whitelist the Workato IP addresses.
GRANT ALL ON db1.* TO 'integrationuser'@'188.8.131.52', 'integrationuser'@'184.108.40.206', 'integrationuser'@'220.127.116.11';
Traffic from on-premise agent
Workato's on-premise agent provides a secure way for Workato to selectively access customer-authorized on-prem apps, databases and folders without having to open inbound ‘ports’ in the corporate firewall. The on-premise agent makes an outbound connection to Workato via an on-premise gateway.
If your organization has strict outbound traffic rules, you should whitelist the on-premise gateway IP address:
- 18.104.22.168 (Deprecated on 28 March 2018)