Plex Application

Application Information

The following page provides details on domains, networks, IPs, hosting services, and content delivery networks used by Plex.


Plex - Logo

Plex allows you to aggregate all your personal media and access it anywhere you go. Enjoy your own media on all your devices with the Plex Media Server.

Category Streaming Media
Web Link Plex - Home Page

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Primary Domains

Other Networks

There are tens of thousands of Internet network providers and we make an effort to track as many as we can, but we have less coverage for niche and local providers. The following is a sample of Plex IP addresses on this type of network.

ASN Description ASN Route Location IP Shared
Leaptel AS134090 Australia

SaaS - Software-as-a-Service

Applications often use various third party platforms for providing authentication, advertising, cybersecurity, e-mail services and more. The Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platforms used by Plex are summarized below.

SaaS solutions are often deployed on multiple IPs across different geographical points-of-presence. In addition, it is common for these IP addresses to be shared by multiple applications. A sample IP is provided below.

SaaS # of IPs
Logo Discourse 2
Logo SparkPost 2
Service Category Sample IP IP Count
- Logo Discourse Social Media 2 IPs
- Logo SparkPost Mail 2 IPs


Cloud hosting vendors like AWS and Microsoft Azure provide cloud-based computing and network resources to deliver applications. The hosting platforms used by Plex are summarized below by geographical points-of-presence (PoP). Each PoP can host many IPs to deliver an application. A sample IP is provided.

Cloud Hosts # of IPs
Logo Amazon AWS 88
Logo Linode 74
Logo Vercel 13
Host PoP Location Sample IP IPs
- Logo Vercel Core United States 9 IPs
- Logo Vercel Anycast Global 4 IPs
- Logo Amazon AWS Ashburn United States 54 IPs
- Logo Amazon AWS Dublin Ireland 33 IPs
- Logo Amazon AWS Boardman United States 1 IP
- Logo Linode Atlanta United States 11 IPs
- Logo Linode Newark United States 13 IPs
- Logo Linode Dallas United States 4 IPs
- Logo Linode Fremont United States 5 IPs
- Logo Linode Singapore Singapore 7 IPs
- Logo Linode London United Kingdom 11 IPs
- Logo Linode Tokyo Japan 3 IPs
- Logo Linode Frankfurt Germany 14 IPs
- Logo Linode Toronto Canada 6 IPs

Content Delivery Networks - CDNs

In order to get information to end users more quickly, many applications are distributed from multiple geographical points-of-presence (PoPs) using Content Delivery Networks (CDNs). Each PoP can host many IPs to deliver an application. A sample IP is provided.

Take special note of CDNs that use Anycast technology. Anycast makes it possible to route a single IP address to a variety of different geographic locations. In other words, one global Anycast IP is hosted in multiple geographic locations.

CDNs # of IPs
Logo CloudFlare 10


CDN Network Location Sample IP IPs
- Logo CloudFlare - Logo CloudFlare Global 10 IPs

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