Which IP Addresses Do Rainforest Tests Come From?

Learn how to whitelist Rainforest’s IP addresses to allow tests to access your site.


To ensure they can access your environment, Rainforest testers come from various IP addresses. Use the following to whitelist or filter logs based on where our testers reside. Note that the list is also available via our API.

Limiting the IP Addresses by Country

Use the Geolocation option to specify countries such as the United States and Canada. Doing so doesn’t mean testers reside in that region, though.

IP Address
United States
Rainforest IP addresses
Changing the geolocation for a test run.Changing the geolocation for a test run.

Changing the geolocation for a test run.

Enabling Geolocation

If Geolocation is already enabled on your account, see Executing Tests Using Specific Geolocations. If you would like to request the Geolocation feature, contact our Support team.

All HTTP/HTTPS requests coming from a Rainforest virtual machines (with the exception of device farm devices) contain an X-RF: id header. id is an internal Rainforest ID of 8 or more characters. Depending on the programming language, the header might return as HTTP_X_RF, instead of X-RF.


Pro Tips

  • Multiple tests can appear to come from the same IP address, especially when testing with the tester community.
  • The Geolocation option restricts tests to a single IP address.

Rainforest Webhook Traffic

Webhook traffic comes from the following IP addresses. Be sure to whitelist them as needed.

If you have any questions, reach out to us at [email protected] or via the chat bubble below.

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