Ok, this might sound weird. But, the Security Engineer of my organization is asking for IP Address of PowerApps and I am confused. The app in context is connected to SharePoint list and the app is being used by users of 15 different states. So, based on his request, I began thinking about the network side of the app. How is the app being hosted? I designed it by simply starting a blank app in PowerApps and sharing it with organization once it is done. But, where is the app truly hosted? Is it Microsoft's discretion on how it balances load on its different app servers hosting the service? Is the app hosted in the cloud space that is tied to my account? I would love to learn more about these details for the future. Also, please help me find the IP address so I can respond to my Security Engineer. Thank you
Hi @sgundavarapu ,
Could you please share a bit more about your scenario?
Do you want to know the whitelist IP addresses supported by PowerApps?
Actually, the Requests from PowerApps use IP addresses that depend on the region of the environment that the app is in. More details about the whitelist IP addresses supported by PowerApps currently, please check the following article:
In addition, the published app is actually hosted in your PowerApps environment which binds to a specific cloud service (cloud space).
More details about Environment in PowerApps, please check the following article:
I want to whitelist my customconnector for powerapps. De connector is secured via Azure AD.
It seems that IP adresses listed on https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/maker/canvas-apps/limits-and-config#ip-addresses does not work.
What are the used IP addresses in connector calls?
Did you manage to get this sorted out ? I am having an issue testing my Custom API. Error below.
Which ip's and ports must be open to connect to an on premises target ? Can you maybe help. Many thanks
"message": "Unable to connect to the remote server",
So if you are using other Azure connectivity you may need to Whitelist Azure services in general.
Here is the link to that list (in JSON format) that is updated once a week.
I hope this helps.
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