Dedicated Google Meet IP addresses for non-Google Workspace users traffic

Quick launch summary

In addition to the fixed IP range dedicated for Google Meet in Google Workspace domains, we’re now introducing a range of official, fixed IP addresses for non-Google Workspace users (users joining with personal Google Accounts or anonymously).

This will allow Google Workspace customers and their partners to better configure and optimize network and firewall access. It will help non-Google Workspace domains and organizations with users who aren’t signed into Google Accounts to identify video conference traffic.

The new IP range is already deployed. Google Meet will stop using the old IP address on March 1, 2021. As this change may interfere with previous network optimization, we recommend Google Workspace customers adopt these IP addresses as part of your firewall and network configuration.

Getting started

  • Google Workspace admins: Update your firewall if you want to apply specific network rules for non-Google Workspace Meet traffic. You can find those IP addresses and more information in the Help Center.
  • Non-Google Workspace admins: Update your firewall to allow the new Google Meet IP addresses. You can find those IP addresses and more information in the Help Center.
  • End users: No end-user impact.

Rollout pace

  • New IP addresses are already deployed. Old IP addresses will no longer be used starting on March 1, 2021. 

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