[CentOS] OT: How can I tell if a web site is now blocking IPs frommy country?
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Mon Dec 7 00:57:07 UTC 2009
On Sun, Dec 6, 2009 at 6:42 PM, Ross Cavanagh <cavanagh at intalio.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 7, 2009 at 7:27 AM, Lanny Marcus <lmmailinglists at gmail.com>
>> On Sun, Dec 6, 2009 at 4:30 PM, Neil Aggarwal <neil at jammconsulting.com>
>> >> days, Mozilla Firefox just hangs "connecting to ...." How can I tell
>> >> if they have started blocking IP addresses from Colombia?
>> > Try using a few traceroute servers to see if other IP addresses
>> > from Colombia other countries are able to get to them.
>> > Other than that, I don't think you can tell from the
>> > outside.
>> Neil: Thank you! I didn't know trace route servers existed. From the
>> below, it looks to me as if there may be a problem, at the router
>> past the last one I was able to get to, since the University of
>> Maryland and Careleton University trace route servers also got stuck,
>> just past where I got stuck. Possibly it's intermittent, since the
>> site is showing "up" and I was able to get to it, using an Anonymous
>> Web Browser. Snow in Houston? :-) Lanny
>> [lanny at dell2400 ~]$ ping mobile-review.com
>> PING mobile-review.com (220.127.116.11) 56(84) bytes of data.
>> (and it dies there)
> not exactly what your after, but handy sometimes.
Ross: That's probably the first place I checked and it showed that
web site was "up" and then I was able to access it, via an anonymous
web browser service. At first, I thought maybe they were blocking
Colombian IPs, or, that I had a problem with the Caching DNS in my
IPCop box, but, now, I believe there is a connectivity problem, in
Russia. I will try to contact them, so they can troubleshoot the
networking problem. Lanny
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