I’m running into a strange issue. Out of the blue, I’m getting an error when I try to
pull with the
pull failed: (403 Forbidden) Please check your Atlas API Whitelist entries to ensure that requests from this IP address are allowed
Everything was working great yesterday. I didn’t make any changes to my account or to project settings. Today, I went to pull changes I made to Realm functions to commit to source control and I started getting
403s. I’ve had this happen once before, and I wound up blowing away my API key, creating a new one, trying again (it didn’t work), and then going nuclear and removing all my app’s collections and then deleting and recreating the Realm app. This was a bummer.
I’m working in a local dev environment on a private account. On the Atlas side of things, I have an active network access rule for
0.0.0.0 and an API key generated with
Organization Owner permissions (listing 0 projects; I’m unsure if there is significance in this).
On the Realm side, the IP Access List also allows access from anywhere.
I tried logging out and logging back into the
realm-cli, with no effect. Other commands within the
realm-cli work without trouble (eg.
I’m stumped. Apart from the nuclear solution, I’m not sure what I can do. Given that this is the second time in a week that this has happened, it’s safe to say that it is no longer an isolated event which means I need to find resolution, as total annihilation of the DB layer of my app every time this happens really isn’t a workable solution. If this is a bug, I’d love to report it. If I’m missing something or being a bonehead about something, I’d love to course correct.
As a new user I’m limited to one image per upload. You can see screenshots for each part of my account here
Thanks in advance!