Update from Glitch support:
I opened a ticket and Glitch was able to confirm they do block GitLab IPs, here’s the message I received:
…sometimes we have to block outbound requests to certain IP addresses due to of reports of abuse - and I can confirm that we are blocking requests to a number of Gitlab IPs for that reason.
It does make sense that this happens, there are some bad apples out there that probably abuse services to the point of having to be blocked, just a bummer for hosting this specific app I made on Glitch.
If I receive any additional info, I’ll update here as well.
I have an application that uses the GitLab api, and it seems that my Glitch container doesn’t have access to GitLab.com or their respective API urls as well.
When I go into the terminal, I am unable to curl any page on the GitLab domain, even the
https://gitlab.com/oauth/token api endpoint I need to complete authentication.
Does Glitch have any denied access restrictions to GitLab? Or vice versa from the GitLab side? My application runs locally fine, I was just hoping to be able to host on Glitch instead of having to build out infra somewhere else.