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I am using a cloud web security solution and with SSL inspection enabled the dropbox client breaks. Could you please share the IP ranges/subnets for Dropbox?
They use domain names, you cant expect IP ranges, they could change.
You might also find that the SSL inspection breaks DB on its own, something to do with DB's implementation of SSL (although this was a while ago so may have been addressed)
In case anybody needs the solution.
I've also got the same problem today, while inspecting SSL traffic for my network with Squid. Here are all the subnets allocated to their AS:
Don't route traffic to these destinations through your SSL inspection proxy and sync will become green again 🙂
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