works on all cloud-based versions of GitLab. However, for self-hosted instances, it will work given two conditions.

Read the statements below and see how they apply to you:

Local networks

"Our GitLab instance is set up on a local network"

Marker won't work in that use case.

If your GitLab instance is not accessible via a public DNS because it's installed on a private / local network, will not be able to establish a connection. Typically, if you use a VPN to connect to your GitLab account, it is very likely that your GitLab account is set up on a private and local network, which unfortunately makes it impossible for to access your GitLab account.

However if your GitLab instance is accessible via a public DNS, keep reading.


"Our GitLab instance is behind a corporate Firewall"

"What IP address do I add to my iptables in Linux?"

To make sure that can go through your corporate Firewall, you will need to whitelist our servers using the following IP:


If your GitLab instance is publicly accessible and your firewall allows access to our servers, it will work.

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