This tenant data information requires administrators to upload their own information. You can use the Build Mapping tool to query some site and network information, such as the CQDTools Powershell module introduced in this blog post.
For more details, you could refer to: Office 365 URLs and IP address ranges.
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Thanks for sharing the link. But I am looking for what IP address we need to update in the building mapping file (Without extracting the from the CQDTools).
I hope this article was useful to you:
There are many ways to map your organization's subnets. The official documentation provides the easiest way to query individual sites and services directly using the PowerShell module.
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