There are a couple of situations that require knowledge of the IP range of Space Servers. If your IT service provider has set up your firewall in a way that does not allow IMAP or POP3 traffic by default, you will not be able to receive notifications from your JetBrains Space instance. The other use case may be an application integrated with Space installed in your local environment and not accessible from the outside.
In these cases, the IT provider should know a range of IP addresses from which connections will be coming and create firewall rules that allow traffic from these sources. Amazon Web Services (AWS) publishes a list of IP address ranges in JSON format. To learn how to use this information and subscribe to updates, refer to the AWS documentation.
We cannot provide you with a fixed IP address for your JetBrains Space Cloud instance due to its architecture. We can, however, provide you with the list of outgoing IP addresses for Space. You may need this in order to allow Space to access your resources. If you do, please reach out to our support.