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    New ip's blocks - 70-72.x.x.x

    I see almost all data centers are giving ip's for new clients from new allocated ip's blocks
    70.x.x.x
    71.x.x.x
    72.x.x.x

    These ip's blocks were allocated by Arin only from this or previous year, so many local ISPs in many countries of the world are blocking these ip's, because they have outdated data about ip usage and do unused ip's blocking by firewalls.

    Does anyone else have problems with customers accessing of these ip's and how can it be resolved?

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    We did initially have issues with this IP range with certain customers, but it was resolved by the customers contacting their ISP's to update their systems. I don't think we've had an issue in the last 2 months now.
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    Only place I've seen using those IPs is basically TP // SM
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    I currently have a few of the 72. IP's have for about six month with LT. Have had no reported problems yet, and that box has one client who has customers all over the planet with no reported problems.

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    I've had these problems about 5 months ago with Gnax 72.x.x.x ips, they were blocked in Poland. So I asked Gnax to help and they contacted some ISP's in Poland and after that these ip's started work there.
    But later I also had problems with some customers from Brasil that also had problems with access these ip's from some Brasil ISP's, but I am not sure if they still have any problems with these ip's....

    So I requested from Gnax additional ip's block in different A block and I put all my customers on this server on their 63.x.x.x ip's - so I am sure it will work for all internet now, and 72.x.x.x ip's I am using for secondary DNS only.

    But I've just get new server from LT also with 72.x.x.x ip's and I think LT dont have any ip's in other blocks to assign for clients and also I dont need yet additional ip's for this server, so I am still not sure whether I will not have problems with these ip's again....
    Last edited by yaax; 05-25-2005 at 01:31 PM.

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    We just began using some 72.x.x.x IP's a week or so ago for some streamiing servers and haven't heard any complaints as of yet.
    bye

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    Haven't seen any issues... heard about a few issues with firewalls and that kind of stuff a few months back (had to modify some clients' firewall rules), but haven't noticed anything recently.

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    Staminus has an allocation in 72.* land.

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    I've started seeing 8.9.*.* ranges .... is that new? (I think they belong to L3)
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    Originally posted by The Broadband Man
    I've started seeing 8.9.*.* ranges .... is that new? (I think they belong to L3)
    No, I do not believe so.

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    Anyone know of good servers on west coast

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    where specifically?

    Staminus as said above is good
    Spry.com for seattle is good

    there's a few - give more specifications and we can help you
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    Re: New ip's blocks - 70-72.x.x.x

    Originally posted by yaax
    I see almost all data centers are giving ip's for new clients from new allocated ip's blocks
    70.x.x.x
    71.x.x.x
    72.x.x.x

    These ip's blocks were allocated by Arin only from this or previous year, so many local ISPs in many countries of the world are blocking these ip's, because they have outdated data about ip usage and do unused ip's blocking by firewalls.

    Does anyone else have problems with customers accessing of these ip's and how can it be resolved?
    Is that the reason why I cannot access http://www.dirtcheapwebservers.com?

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    Re: Re: New ip's blocks - 70-72.x.x.x

    Originally posted by efarmer
    Is that the reason why I cannot access http://www.dirtcheapwebservers.com?
    http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showth...hreadid=408547

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    Time Warner Telecom just made a giant transision from 69.* addresses to 70.* addresses, that might also impact this, but I know TP / SM / LT has used 7x.* IP's for awhile now.

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    i have a few 72.21.45.x range ips and i have had no reported problems

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    Yea, sometime ago we had issues with it and had to request to move to another A class.

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    I'm on 72.21 with LT and so far no problems other than 5+ Bruteforce attacks a day I need to change the port of ssh

    I do get lots of BF attacks on my SM box as well so it isn't LTs fault it is just I"m popular to attack I guess

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