On-Premise Microsoft SQL Server

On-Premise SQL Server credential requirements

There are two primary mechanisms used to connect to on-premises databases. If neither of the options below work for your organization, our integration experts will work with you to accommodate your unique circumstances.

Option 1: Allow IPs

  1. If your database can be reached publicly over the internet, allow these IP addresses:
54.165.60.44
52.7.12.28
35.173.87.106
54.152.155.89
  1. From the Simon left navigation, expand settings then click Integrations. Scroll to SQL Server and enter your credentials then click Save Changes.
  • Host
  • Port
  • Schema
  • User
  • Password
  1. Click Test Connection.

Option 2: VPN

If your data warehouse can only be reached from your internal network, we establish a VPN connection to your network. While we can support “site-to-site” VPNs, the typical setup is to give Simon an account on your regular VPN (with a username and password) and our integration team will establish a VPN connection from there. You won't need to change anything else about your network.

We need this information from you:

  • Your VPN type (e.g. Cisco, AnyConnect, etc.)
  • Your VPN server hostname (like a URL)
  • A username and password created specifically for Simon to access your VPN
  • Your VPN routes
  • Forwarding rules for your VPN, including:
    • The IP address of the database behind the VPN
    • The database listening port
    • The database destination port
    • Any extra options required to connect to your VPN. For example: --authgroup='my_company_name'

We can establish a VPN with Cisco and NetExtender VPNs within 4 hours, and work with you to establish other VPNs within 48 hours.

Once this is done, complete step 2 in option 1 above.


Did this page help you?