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Hi, I use CTparental with Linux Mint on my computer to limit access of young people to the Web with a whitelist. I think that it is important that they use OSM and also that they learn the OMS' philosophy. Unfortunately with these two items in my whitelist

openstreetmap.org

openstreetmap.org/assets

only the standard layer can be used, and it is not possible to obtain a trip itinerary. Does-it exist a complete list of all the URL for completely whitelisting OSM? Thanks in advance

asked 04 Sep '23, 15:17

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You would need to add:

  • nominatim.openstreetmap.org (geo search)

  • routing.openstreetmap.de (OSRM
    routing car/bike/foot) and

  • valhalla1.openstreetmap.de (Valhalla routing car/bike/foot)

If you need other maps than the standard map (e.g. CycleOSM etc), use your browers dev tools to see the requests and whitelist them as well (e.g. openstreetmap.fr, thunderforest.com etc)

More Domains to whitelist (Edit):

For those other map layers you would need:

  • tileserver.memomaps.de

  • a.tile.thunderforest.com

  • b.tile.thunderforest.com

  • c.tile.thunderforest.com

  • a.tile-cyclosm.openstreetmap.fr

  • b.tile-cyclosm.openstreetmap.fr

  • c.tile-cyclosm.openstreetmap.fr

  • tile-a.openstreetmap.fr

  • tile-b.openstreetmap.fr

  • tile-c.openstreetmap.fr

For Valhalla Routing you would need:

  • valhalla1.openstreetmap.de

(valhalla1 <- this one got edited above as well)

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answered 04 Sep '23, 18:11

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edited 07 Sep '23, 19:29

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Also, graphhopper.com is necessary for calculating itineraries using GraphHopper.

(05 Sep '23, 11:30) scai ♦

Thank you for these responses With your items in my whitelist I have the itineraries calculated by OSMR and by GraphHopper. However I have not the itineraries using Vahalla, and moreover in the right hand menu I can use only the standard map and not the 5 other ones (CyclOSM, Carte cyclable, Carte de transport, ÖPNVKarte). I have not find any request for these maps in the source code given by Firefox, so I am looking for more info

Maps list screenshot

(07 Sep '23, 18:43) Superdocious
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I've edited the answer to include more domains/subdomains for those other map layers as well as corrected the valhalla domain.

(07 Sep '23, 19:25) Spiekerooger

Thank you so much for your help, it's a pleasure to see the kids using OSM safely. To recap, here are the 16 items of the whitelist

  • openstreetmap.org
  • openstreetmap.org/assets
  • nominatim.openstreetmap.org
  • routing.openstreetmap.de
  • graphhopper.com
  • valhalla1.openstreetmap.de
  • tileserver.memomaps.de
  • a.tile.thunderforest.com
  • b.tile.thunderforest.com
  • c.tile.thunderforest.com
  • a.tile-cyclosm.openstreetmap.fr
  • b.tile-cyclosm.openstreetmap.fr
  • c.tile-cyclosm.openstreetmap.fr
  • tile-a.openstreetmap.fr
  • tile-b.openstreetmap.fr
  • tile-c.openstreetmap.fr

Plus, with Linux, one can use the URL to create a "web application", which opens OSM directly without going through the browser's home page. So there's no temptation to waste time on the web!

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answered 08 Sep '23, 15:47

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