How can I access scholarly APIs from off-campus?

If you are trying to access a scholarly API that requires an on-campus IP address for authentication, you will need to either come to campus or find a way to connect to the API via an on-campus computer.

Secure Shell (SSH) or Windows' Remote Desktop Connection can both be used to connect to a remote machine that you have access to. Due to the split tunneling used by the Purdue University VPN, it cannot be used to access APIs in this way.

For further assistance, please submit an eResources support ticket.


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  • Last Updated Nov 10, 2023
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  • Answered By Cara Bradford

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