Setting up network access

Browser MIME type

When using the Unity3d web browser plugin you must ensure that the Mime Type - application/vnd.unity (Extension – .unity3d) is allowed for the user. This is not required for OSX and Windows desktop clients or iPad/Android tablets.

Required internet domains

IntoScience requires internet access for all of the client software to function (Windows, Mac OS X, Unity Webplayer, iOS and Android). It also requires that certain groups of internet domains are accessible. Many schools use whitelists to manage domains that may be accessed by the students via the school network. This may be managed by a firewall or proxy software.

These domains must be accessible:

http://*.3plearning.com

https://*3plearning.com

http://*.intoscience.com

https://*.intoscience.com

http://*.learnosity.com

https://*.learnosity.com

http://*.unity3d.com

https://*.unity3d.com

184.169.140.115

krypton.intoscience.com

Note: the * is a wildcard to indicate that all subdomains of intoscience.com and unity3d.com must also be accessible. IntoScience makes use of many different sub domains for each of the services like user login, storing results and downloading activity content. As IntoScience is now using https on many services this protocol must also be whitelisted.

Required IP addresses

Most proxies or firewalls are managed using domain names but if your system uses IP addresses here are the required IP addresses.

Below is a list of all the required IP addresses which must be accessible for IntoScience to function optimally:

103.2.188.0/24    *.intoscience.com
184.169.140.115    krypton.intoscience.com    Amazon cloud
122.252.40.206    Akamai CDN Australia
125.252.192.206    Akamai CDN Australia
125.252.196.206     Akamai CDN Australia
125.56.176.206    Akamai CDN Australia
184.28.11.232    Akamai CDN Australia
184.28.13.232    Akamai CDN Australia
184.28.25.232    Akamai CDN Australia
184.28.9.232    Akamai CDN Australia