Is there a way to audit "Realm IP Filter" in the App Settings for every application using either QuickBase or a 3rd party tool?

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I am not sure what you are asking but I think it can be done naively with QuickBase using a new web technology called Service Workers. The reason I can answer your question without knowing what you are asking for is because Service Workers is god mode for QuickBase and it can solve any problem. No I am not exaggerating.
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Sounds promising.. how does one get started with Service Workers?
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Here is a popular introduction to Service Workers:

Introduction to Service Worker
http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/service-worker/introduction/

Most of the materials about Service Workers deal with Caching (ie offline usage). This feature is unlikely to ever be used with QuickBase. You want to concentrate on the network proxy aspects of QuickBase. I have an early pdf presentation I gave to a client within this post:

https://quickbase-community.intuit.com/questions/1391433-what-is-the-qbsw-quickbase-service-worker

Service Workers are extremely powerful and they will revolutionize what you can do with QuickBase. I am holding off posting public examples until Service Workers land in Microsoft's Edge browser which should be coming soon (Probably before Mercury is released):

https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-edge/platform/status/serviceworker/

Chrome and Firefox are way ahead of Edge on implementing Service Workers. Chrome recently came up with a simple declarative way to load a Service Worker via <link>:

<link rel="serviceworker" href="DBID?a=dbpage&pagename=sw.js">

You can use Service Workers with Chrome and Firefox now. The only think you have to be careful with is that once a Service Worker is install it applies across your entire account (not just the application or table).