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Old 03-14-2015, 06:35 AM   #1
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Question MiSeq/BaseSpace Stream

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Anyone know what a BaseSpace data stream going from a MiSeq to BaseSpace looks like? Would it possible look like a torrent? Our Institution recently made some change to the ports filtering and I'm suspecting that it has inadvertently blocked our upload.

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Old 03-14-2015, 07:36 PM   #2
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Here is a quote from Illumina about basespace and required ports.

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Contact your local IT administrator if local security policies have to be modified to allow access to BaseSpace. BaseSpace uses SSL/https port 443 and the domains *.basespace.illumina.com and *.s3.amazonaws.com. Data streaming to BaseSpace is encrypted using the AES256 standard and uses SSL for protection. More information on encryption can be found at http://blog.basespace.illumina.com/2...pace-security/
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Apparently, there's no blocking...but the stream is being blocked. Betcha the University thinks it's an undergrad up/down-loading movies.
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We have had trouble with firewall and amazon AWS (many Illumina websites are hosted on AWS). Amazon seems to change IP's on AWS sites (multiple times a day, possible security measure). Unfortunately amazon AWS uses many subnets so if your firewall uses IP's to manage access then all those subnets would have to be allowed through.

Ask your firewall admins as to how they are handling outgoing connections on 443.
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We have had trouble with firewall and amazon AWS (many Illumina websites are hosted on AWS). Amazon seems to change IP's on AWS sites (multiple times a day, possible security measure). Unfortunately amazon AWS uses many subnets so if your firewall uses IP's to manage access then all those subnets would have to be allowed through.

Ask your firewall admins as to how they are handling outgoing connections on 443.
Thanks, will do...
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