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Topic # 17469 28-Nov-2007 13:02
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Suddenly I can no longer view items on sellmefree.co.nz site. I am told they do not allow access from over-seas. I can access the site using my clear.net dial-up. I guess they identify local users by the IP range hence my question about the Xnet range changing.

Michael

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  Reply # 97366 28-Nov-2007 16:27
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We have recently started using a new IP range. 

We have contacted sellmefree.co.nz with the details and are awaiting a fix.  I'll give them a hurry up as the fault was logged on the 20th of November.








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  Reply # 98017 3-Dec-2007 13:00
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Still trying to resolve this fault - Sellmefree.co.nz said it was resolved this morning but I've since tested and it's not working.  I've made them aware they still think our IP space is international rather than national so hopefully it will be fixed shortly.

Will update this thread once I've confirmed the fault is fixed. 








 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 98029 3-Dec-2007 14:46
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Thanks for your help. I sent sellmefree another email in the week-end, received a reply today saying "We will look into this problem further for you".



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  Reply # 98082 3-Dec-2007 19:41
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Tested it again tonight - It works now.

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  Reply # 98152 4-Dec-2007 08:01
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No confirmation from them but I too am able to view & join the site :)

Looks like they've finally taken some action, sorry about the delay.







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