KB-1582 How to whitelist traffic coming from Appian Cloud based on IPs

This article provides source IPs by region for traffic originating from Appian Cloud.  Some examples include invoking a web service or connecting to a data source. For details on SMTP server IPs, refer to the documentation.

Relying on IP whitelisting only helps determine the traffic is coming from the Appian Cloud infrastructure as a whole. It does not help identify that traffic is coming from a specific Appian Cloud site.

To restrict source traffic from a single Appian Cloud site, Appian strongly recommends the use of VPN tunnel integration. Doing so will negate the need for IP whitelisting.

The recommended best practice is to whitelist the entire set of IP ranges in a region.

NOTE: This information is subject to change and we recommend that you check back quarterly for the addition of new IP ranges. The last reviewed date can be found at the end of the article.

Region

IPs

Canada

52.60.94.241

52.60.99.138

Frankfurt

52.57.200.142

52.29.179.127

52.58.4.167

GovCloud (US West)

96.127.33.171

96.127.33.83

52.61.75.116

Ireland

54.229.33.30

54.229.32.187

54.229.33.31

London

35.177.153.88

52.56.95.43

52.56.57.70

Northern California

50.18.192.70

54.215.175.68

Northern Virginia

184.72.123.171

54.236.230.226

54.236.230.220

54.236.102.234

Ohio

52.14.52.152

52.14.72.54

52.14.68.142

Oregon

35.167.217.93

35.167.89.183

35.167.191.61

Paris

52.47.193.68

52.47.132.163

52.47.109.115

Sao Paulo

54.207.3.4

54.207.1.49

Singapore

13.250.232.54

54.254.138.249

54.254.138.246

Sydney

52.63.251.183

54.252.132.145

54.252.130.176

Affected Versions

This article applies to all versions of Appian Cloud.

Last Reviewed: April 2019

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