Control: Allow firewall to connect client applications to Snowflake
Allow firewall to connect client applications to Snowflake if your network has a firewall for egress traffic.
- Run SYSTEM\$WHITELIST and/or SYSTEM\$WHITELIST_PRIVATELINK based on whether you’re allowing public endpoint, the private endpoint, or both to be accessible for your Snowflake account.
- Use SnowCD to ensure proper connectivity has been set up with Snowflake.
- If you’re using network proxy to inspect egress traffic, then set it up for SSL passthrough. Snowflake doesn’t support SSL terminating proxies.
Run the control in your terminal:
steampipe check snowflake_compliance.control.security_overview_network_security_allow_firewall_to_connect_client_applications
Snapshot and share results via Steampipe Cloud:
steampipe loginsteampipe check --share snowflake_compliance.control.security_overview_network_security_allow_firewall_to_connect_client_applications
This control uses a named query:manual_control