Using the endpoint https://ip-ranges.airkit.com/, users can get Airkit's IP egress ranges. This means that when Airkit is making an external connection or API call, this is where they are coming from.

When working with the IP ranges, it is best practice to rely on the below endpoint and not hard code the ranges, as they are subject to change.

GET

https://ip-ranges.airkit.com/

Response

200 OK

Example Response

{
    "egress": [
        "54.70.193.241/32",
        "44.230.80.213/32",
        "100.20.135.25/32",
        "13.211.113.145/32",
        "3.105.112.126/32",
        "3.126.58.60/32",
        "3.126.39.166/32"
    ]
}

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