Hello, please tell me, the resource openstreetmap.org has a static ip address? We need the information necessary for the opening of the port and ip address.

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asked 06 Aug '13, 08:27

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See the servers wiki page. There are lots of different servers for various different services. The website, tiles, wiki, mailing lists, help, forum, Nominatim and so on. The listed addresses are static, of course, but may change from time to time when switching to new servers or adding additional ones.

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answered 06 Aug '13, 08:40

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And what port is used to connect?

(06 Aug '13, 08:52) Dmitro
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That depends on which service you connect to. Tell us what you want to do and we can help you better.

(06 Aug '13, 09:42) Frederik Ramm ♦

We need to open access to the Internet from terminal server, with the necessary information about the ip addresses yours servers.

(06 Aug '13, 13:22) Dmitro
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Access to which service exactly?

(06 Aug '13, 13:28) scai ♦

We need map service.

(06 Aug '13, 13:44) Dmitro
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Just viewing map or editing too ?

(06 Aug '13, 14:12) Pieren
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Hello all, thanks for answer my questions. We need only viewing map from application

(07 Aug '13, 12:47) Dmitro
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If I am not mistaken, all osm services run over http or https. So that would be the standard ports 80 and 443. You can see the complete assignment of IPs and their corresponding names in the git repository that OSM uses to manage their DNS servers. ( http://git.openstreetmap.org/dns.git/blob/HEAD:/src/openstreetmap )

The IPs for the tile servers might change more frequently because they are behind a geographically distributed CDN that can change depending on demand and availability. You can access the individual caches directly with their IPs, but this is not encouraged, as that then bypasses load balancing and high availability mechanisms.

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