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# 177729 12-Aug-2015 19:10
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Anyone else noticing issues with connecting to cloudflare enabled sites on Vodafone? (iknow, irony of asking on here being that geekzone is behind cloudflare.. im running over a ssh tunnel to get through.)

Having the issue on DSL, Auckland. I didn't really thing much of it at first, until i noticed there were other sites also not loading after a friend mentioned they were having issues (DSL, Christchurch)

Checking over mobile, seems the dns resolution doesn't even happen for sites behind cloudflare, although that based off the browser error. I haven't dug deeper to check that.




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  # 1364893 12-Aug-2015 19:16
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Odd, falls totally short on dsl.


Tracing route to geekzone.co.nz [108.162.205.67]
over a maximum of 30 hops:

  1    <1 ms    <1 ms    <1 ms  pfsense.lanrouter [10.3.57.1]
  2     8 ms     7 ms     7 ms  118-92-11-254.dsl.dyn.ihug.co.nz [118.92.11.254]
  3     9 ms    18 ms     8 ms  be7-188.ppnzftc02.akl.vf.net.nz.180.109.203.in-addr.arpa [203.109.180.226]
  4     8 ms     7 ms     8 ms  be8-188.ppnzftc02.akl.vf.net.nz.180.109.203.in-addr.arpa [203.109.180.225]
  5     7 ms     7 ms     9 ms  203.97.78.53
  6     *        *        *     Request timed out.
  7




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  # 1364914 12-Aug-2015 19:46
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Got quite a few reports of people unable to access our site that's behind CloudFlare, all Vodafone customers.

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  # 1364934 12-Aug-2015 20:03
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Me too. People on Twitter are noticing as well, definitely an issue happening.
Lucky I have my VPN!



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  # 1364940 12-Aug-2015 20:13
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Cloudflare traffic is back online it seems, Going via Sydney however. 




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# 1364945 12-Aug-2015 20:27
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finally back for me. Havent been able to get on geekzone since 7pm and been trying since and now finally connected.  Had looked on Vodafone site but nothing there apart from tweets from ones who couldnt connect.. No news from Vodafone.

edit 8.54pm. correction even though I can get on geekzone there are still other sites like freeview I cant connect to yet




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  # 1364989 12-Aug-2015 21:21
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Cloudflare spoke up on this.

https://twitter.com/eastdakota/status/631390591448846337  (no idea how twitter embeds work here...)

Based off the implication that its an APE issue, ild suspect that explains some reports of trademe and freeview being dodgy.




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  # 1366710 15-Aug-2015 02:06
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Seems Vodafone NZ no longer exchanges traffic over the APE?

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  # 1366750 15-Aug-2015 09:02
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Where did you get this idea from? It was mentioned before about a Cloudflare routing problem being looked at by Cloudflare. 

For what I see traffic to Geekzone is landing on Cloudflare AKL POP, 18ms away via cable.





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  # 1366882 15-Aug-2015 13:30
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No I was just curious as to whether it was at the time of the original post when Vodafone depeered their Red side (ADSL/VDSL/UFB but not cable which was not peered to begin with) traffic at APE.

There are also comments in this thread about other sites (e.g. freeview web site behind iconz) that were inaccessible during this time.

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yitz: There are also comments in this thread about other sites (e.g. freeview web site behind iconz) that were inaccessible during this time.


Kiwibank too, which is behind Red Shield (a local CloudFlare-type service) and would normally traverse the APE.

CloudFlare said that the issue was VF's APE peering and they routed around the APE (via Sydney) temporarily to avoid the issue. So it wasn't really a CloudFlare issue, they were just able to put a band-aid on it faster than Vodafone could fix it.



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  # 1367059 15-Aug-2015 18:01
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yitz: There are also comments in this thread about other sites (e.g. freeview web site behind iconz) that were inaccessible during this time.


Kiwibank too, which is behind Red Shield (a local CloudFlare-type service) and would normally traverse the APE.

CloudFlare said that the issue was VF's APE peering and they routed around the APE (via Sydney) temporarily to avoid the issue. So it wasn't really a CloudFlare issue, they were just able to put a band-aid on it faster than Vodafone could fix it.


its good to see cloudflare actively doing things like this, if only vodafone could catch it that fast.


Vodafone were still at the oh? something possibly might be wrong but unconfirmed stage when cloudflare stepped in... (atlest publicly anyway, ild hope their NOC were already aware of it....)



on another note, what happened to Vodafone merging Blue and Red networks, as was implied was being completed at the time when cloudflare routing was first being looked at for auckland. we are months down the track now, and quite clearly there is a split between Red and Blue.




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