I am calling Stack Exchange APIs to collect Stack Overflow Teams data for my organization. In order to call these APIs from the server where I would like to run it, I must first request firewall traffic to be allowed for the APIs from the server.
There is a mechanism we could use to whitelist the domain name, but this works by looking up the address of the domain periodically and updating firewall access. Unfortunately sometimes this leads to the application getting/using an IP address which hasn't been set up in the firewall yet, and getting blocked.
We've seen other services/APIs provide CIDR ranges or files containing CIDR ranges, which we can then whitelist and dynamically refresh/use for this whitelisting.
Where I've looked
I've searched the Stack Exchange API documentation, the Stack Apps site, and the
stackexchange-api tag on Stack Overflow for this, as well as several google searches (as it turns out these are seldom about Stack Exchange, but instead unrelated topics hosted on Stack Exchange).
Is there a list of CIDR ranges that we can whitelist? Are they published anywhere? Is there another approach which is recommended that would allow me to access Stack Exchange APIs from behind a firewall?