Trying to install DigitalOcean Agent on droplet that has inbound rules

I’d really like to install and get DigitalOcean’s Agent feature working on one of my droplets that has inbound rules. Is there some static IP that I can post in as the source?


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The DigitalOcean monitoring agent should not need inbound firewall rules to function. Though it does require outbound TCP access on ports 80 and 443 to authenticate to the Monitoring service and to send metrics.

The agent need to be able to access the DigitalOcean metadata API at: as well as the metrics service itself at Additionally, in order to allow the agent to update itself

You can find their current IP addresses using: dig +short and dig +short on the command line. Currently those are and respectively.