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  Reply # 1835323 1-Aug-2017 23:05
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tardtasticx:

 

https://kb.intermedia.net/article/682 

 

Use the domain instead of IP the first time round and see if it populates an IP itself, and check if that IP is correct.

 

If it doesnt then run it again after with the IP in place of the domain. 

 

 

DNS resolution seems to be fine; I see my domain name with the correct IP address in [] after. The traceroute took an age and the results are below. Sorry but I really have no idea how to parse these results tho...doesn't look good tho..

 

NOTE: the first trace is when I am connected to my LAN, the second trace is when connected to my Android hotspot on 2degrees 4G;

 


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  Reply # 1835325 1-Aug-2017 23:14
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What about in the other direction... from Bigpipe LAN to 2degrees data network.

 

 

Find your 2degrees IP (what is my ip on google) should be in the 118.148.x.x range.

 

 

(You can remove your Bigpipe static IP in your screenshots)

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1835355 2-Aug-2017 07:29
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yitz: What about in the other direction... from Bigpipe LAN to 2degrees data network. Find your 2degrees IP (what is my ip on google) should be in the 118.148.x.x range. (You can remove your Bigpipe static IP in your screenshots)

 

 

 

You will probably have problems connecting back in that direction if the device is using the default 'internet' APN. Try 'direct' instead. It gives you a public IP (no NAT).





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  Reply # 1835364 2-Aug-2017 08:06
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It was obviously something being cached on the 2Degrees side I think - since this morning (almost 48 hours after the change) all of a sudden my mobile devices can connect to my domain again.

 

Thanks for all the suggestions and advice.


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