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Addressing Concerns About Firewall Access to Limble

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Written by Rachel Link
Updated over a week ago


New customers are sometimes concerned about opening additional ports in their firewall to access Limble.

This article will address concerns about firewall access.

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Do We Need to Open More Ports to Access Limble?

New customers are sometimes concerned that they will need to open additional ports in their firewall to access Limble. But, the short of it is, you probably don’t need to make any changes to your current firewall settings.

Limble’s software runs completely from the cloud via an internet browser (as long as your browser of choice is covered under our supported browsers), so you don’t need to worry about having special network configurations.

Which Ports Need to Be Open?

The ports that need to be open to access Limble are standard “internet ports.” At a minimum, you will need to have ports 80 and 443 open.

Again, if your organization uses the internet, these should already be open.

If any of this terminology is unfamiliar to you, we suggest reaching out to your system administrator or our support team, who can further assist you.

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