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Subnets/IPs of *.dropbox.com

Subnets/IPs of *.dropbox.com

CHIRAG S.1
New member | Level 1

Hello All,
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?

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Re: Subnets/IPs of *.dropbox.com

DaveC2
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They use domain names, you cant expect IP ranges, they could change.
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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)

Re: Subnets/IPs of *.dropbox.com

Irakli G.
New member | Level 2

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:

162.125.0.0/16
45.58.64.0/20
108.160.160.0/20
185.45.8.0/22
199.47.216.0/22

Don't route traffic to these destinations through your SSL inspection proxy and sync will become green again 🙂

 

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