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    Great news – static IP range for Azure Integration Runtime is now available in all ADF regions! You can whitelist specific IP ranges for ADF as part of firewall rules. The IPs are documented here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/data-factory/azure-integration-runtime-ip-addresses#azure-integration-runtime-ip-addresses-specific-regions. Static IP ranges for gov cloud and China cloud will be published soon!

    Please refer to this blog post on how you can use various mechanisms including trusted Azure service and static IP to secure data access through ADF:
    https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/azure-data-factory/azure-data-factory-now-supports-static-ip-address-ranges/ba-p/1117508

    Service tag support will be made available in next few weeks. Please stay tuned!

    If your network security requirement calls for ADF support for VNet and cannot be met using Trusted Azure service (released in Oct 2019), static IP range (released in Jan 2020), or service tag (upcoming), please vote for VNet feature here: https://feedback.azure.com/forums/270578-data-factory/suggestions/37105363-data-factory-should-be-able-to-use-vnet-without-re

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    Bets Tadesse commented  · 

    If you have Azure App/Web Service running on your portal there is a way to trace all IP addressing landing at your web page/app. Same way to trace ADF IP - if you send a GET request from Azure Data Factory (using Azure Web Activity) to your website you will be able to read from what Public IP azure data factory is coming from.

    To do this -

    1. Create Azure App Service on the portal ( almost any spec will do for now).

    2. Go to your Azure App Service and look for Diagnostic Log or App Logging Settings then enable that. Now go to the Logs view. At this point, you will be able to pick up the public IP address of anyone requesting your page.

    3. Go to Azure Data factory use the Web Activity and type your web app/site address under the setting. Change the Web Activity request type to GET. Then Publish the pipeline and trigger the Activity.

    4. if you go to the Logs view window of the App Service, you should see the IP of the ADF from which the GET request was sent.

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