This document provides guidance to District Testing and Technology Coordinators for configuring school district network filters that might identify the KReady servers as malicious and blocking “bad” request . This is a general guide and not presented as a remedy for specific filtering software due to the wide range of products available.
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1. Be sure to explicitly allow ANY HTTPS/SSL connections, GET or otherwise, to api.kready.org, preferably to *.kready,org.
2. This needs to be an “allow rule” based on SSL/HTTPS certificate as the KReady IP addresses may change due to the nature of how the load-balancing and scaling works. As a result, it cannot be guaranteed that the IP addresses will remain the same. Up-to-date browser should be able to support SNI requests and handle this properly.
*Note – HTTPS filtering Level may need to be set to NONE for the Kready Domain.
3. If the filtering software does not support this, attempt one of the following:
4. Use these IP addresses to create a temporary IP based access rule:
*Note – These IP addresses could change at any time.