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  Reply # 1999989 20-Apr-2018 20:00
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hio77: I've had mention passed along that this has happened with tab before. Back then they geoblocked any ip that didn't resolve to *.co.nz.

At which point I'm sitting here shocked at the floored logic.
I'm hoping the block isn't still that arcadic.


Using cloudflare these days



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  Reply # 1999999 20-Apr-2018 20:25
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@matisyahu let me introduce @skewt

 

 

Awesome, got it all sorted - hopefully we'll have some happy customers going forward.





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  Reply # 2000063 20-Apr-2018 22:53
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Come on, what was the problem in the end? My bet (pun intended ) was a routing change made some of the connections appear as though they are coming from Australia rather than NZ.

Did I understand that Tracert correctly? That TAB use Australian based hosting, despite it being illegal to access the TAB from Australia.





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Aredwood: Come on, what was the problem in the end? My bet (pun intended ) was a routing change made some of the connections appear as though they are coming from Australia rather than NZ.

Did I understand that Tracert correctly? That TAB use Australian based hosting, despite it being illegal to access the TAB from Australia.


NZ based hosting, will just be weird routing

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  Reply # 2000218 21-Apr-2018 10:42
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skewt:
Aredwood: Come on, what was the problem in the end? My bet (pun intended ) was a routing change made some of the connections appear as though they are coming from Australia rather than NZ.

Did I understand that Tracert correctly? That TAB use Australian based hosting, despite it being illegal to access the TAB from Australia.


NZ based hosting, will just be weird routing

If its behind cloudflare. Spark will go to au.




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  Reply # 2000220 21-Apr-2018 10:54
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hio77:
skewt:
Aredwood: Come on, what was the problem in the end? My bet (pun intended ) was a routing change made some of the connections appear as though they are coming from Australia rather than NZ.

Did I understand that Tracert correctly? That TAB use Australian based hosting, despite it being illegal to access the TAB from Australia.


NZ based hosting, will just be weird routing

If its behind cloudflare. Spark will go to au.

 

can confirm this is correct as per the tracert above


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