internet blocking problem ?
jws at jwsss.com
Thu Sep 10 22:03:28 CDT 2015
I am forwarding this to a friend in Australia for him to do more
extensive comment and diagnosis.
Try http://traceroute.org/ for diagnosing this. It allows you to
perform traceroute from cooperating servers across the world, including
there are some sites you will have to ferret out to allow you to bypass
country IP blocking.
And yet australia is one of the more stupid countries (exceeded only by
Germany and the EU) about censorship, and fouling up the works.
Yes the page timed out on me. I'll see if I can find the router that
did it and post an update.
On 9/10/2015 7:07 PM, Alexis Kotlowy wrote:
> On 11/09/2015 11:02 AM, Jon Elson wrote:
>> Hello, all,
>> I am a member of the Homebuilt CPU web-ring, and a really
>> weird problem has turned up. The guy who administers the
>> ring, David Brooks, is in Australia, and uses iinet.net.au
>> as his ISP.
> iiNet have been outspoken about users' rights and privacy in the face of
> the War on Piracy. While they don't condone piracy, they have serious
> concerns about the way it's being dealt with (or at least that's my
> I get the impression some ISP's are blocking access to iiNet. I don't
> see how this could do anything other than hurt the end users, but that
> seems to be the tactic the content owners have taken in the past so I
> wouldn't be surprised.
> Can you do a traceroute to members.iinet.net.au? In case DNS is blocked,
> the IP address is 220.127.116.11. I've been on iiNet since they bought out
> my previous ISP.
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