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  Reply # 63711 14-Mar-2007 16:17
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Thats because the 125.xxx.xxx.xxx (Go Large) IP range is identifed as Australian.

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  Reply # 63712 14-Mar-2007 16:23
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bradstewart: Thats because the 125.xxx.xxx.xxx (Go Large) IP range is identifed as Australian.


I thought it was probably something like that ...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 63751 14-Mar-2007 21:50
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Australians claim pavlova, they claim edmund hillary and now they claim go large?

Well this time they can keep it I think haha.Smile

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Reply # 63752 14-Mar-2007 21:51
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