[CentOS] IP range of Google Analytics server farm

Shibu C Varughese shibucv at itmission.org
Thu Nov 15 06:00:55 UTC 2007


On 11/14/07, Simon Jolle sjolle <urandomdev at gmail.com> wrote:
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> On 11/14/2007 05:01 PM, Shibu C Varughese wrote:
> > hi...Simon,
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> Hi Shibu
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> > I thinks you can get your answer at
> http://www.google.com/support/analytics/
> > just have a search there ....
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> I didn't found my answer there. Can you point me to the right page?
> I wish to add an outgoing iptables rule that allows Google Analytics.
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> cheers
> Simon
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Simon ... i just searched at the google support page ... this is what they
say

http://www.google.com/analytics/urchin_software.html

If you have content behind a security firewall or on an intranet or internal
network that prevents you from using the Google Analytics service, Urchin 5
software is for you.



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