Authentication endpoint down?

Not sure what happened, but I can’t seem to authenticate at all. I’ve checked to make sure the client_id and client_secret are correct, so don’t think that’s it. The POST to “” returns a 404.

auth_url = “
validate_url = “

client_id = "REMOVED"
client_secret = "REMOVED"

auth_params = {'client_id': client_id, 'client_secret': client_secret, 'grant_type':'client_credentials'}

token = "REMOVED"

validate_headers = {'client-id': client_id, 'Authorization': 'OAuth ' + token }
headers = {'client-id': client_id, 'Authorization': 'Bearer ' + token }

valid = requests.get(validate_url, headers=validate_headers).json()

if 'status' in valid and valid['status'] == 401:
	print ("Token not valid")
	print ("Token still valid")
def getkey(try_number=1):
		key = requests.put(auth_url, params=auth_params).json()
	except (requests.exceptions.ConnectionError, json.decoder.JSONDecodeError):
		return getkey(try_number=try_number+1)
		return key

stream = getkey(try_number=1)
print (stream)

The recursive function is to catch intermittent JSONDecode errors, but right now, it’s the only error I’m getting because the output of the token request 404’s.

Anyone else having the same issue?

Edit: Python, using requests.

Authentication is working correctly here

This should be a POST request, you are doing a PUT request

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Huh. I feel silly. I could have sworn requests.put was the way to do a POST request, but I guess I used the wrong reference for that.


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