If you use a PAC file to manage your remote journal access, then you will need to add certain BrowZine and publisher sub-domains to your list of approved domains to ensure uninterrupted access to our full suite of services.
We have provided a listing of those domains below for your convenience:
Please add the following domains to your PAC allowed list of domains:
http://thirdiron.com https://thirdiron.com https://api.thirdiron.com https://assets.thirdiron.com https://www.thirdiron.com https://dev.thirdiron.com api.thirdiron.com assets.thirdiron.com www.thirdiron.com dev.thirdiron.com thirdiron.com https://browzine.com https://browzine.com https://api.browzine.com https://www.browzine.com https://dev.browzine.com api.browzine.com browzine.com www.browzine.com dev.browzine.com
Please note that BrowZine uses article-level linking, not publisher- or journal-level linking. Many publishers use a variety of subdomains to deliver article content. Therefore, be sure to include your journal publishers using a wildcard if possible, to ensure it covers any related subdomains. Some examples are:
*.wiley.com *.springer.com *.elsevier.com *.ebscohost.comElsevier ScienceDirect users:
Elsevier ScienceDirect uses a CDN network to deliver PDF full text. The BrowZine mobile app links to PDFs wherever possible, and you will encounter access issues if the CDN network is not properly allowed. Therefore, please allow the following domains:
If you have any questions about these requirements, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, referencing your institution name for fastest service.