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We operate a firewall which blocks all internet access for users on our company network. However we would like our intranet to track users with Google Analytics.

How can we open up our firewalls to only allow access to googleanalytics.com ?

I have searched Google extensively and it seems Google do not provide an IP range which we could use in our firewall config.

How can we white-list googleanalytics.com ?

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and the firewall is ? –  Synxmax Jun 23 '11 at 7:31
or security.stackexchange.com ..? –  sdolgy Jun 23 '11 at 7:35

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up vote 7 down vote accepted

As far as I am aware, it is normal HTTP / HTTPS traffic to the following URL's that is required:




So, port 80 for HTTP, port 443 for HTTPS and the site(s):

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you also need ssl.google-analytics.com/ga.js –  Open SEO Jun 23 '11 at 10:04
Doesnt mark mean that he wants his client to be able to surf to google.com/analytics? –  3molo Jun 23 '11 at 12:03

This documentation from google answers your question.

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