Issues accessing hulu.com from new(ish) US range
chris.taylor at sohonet.co.uk
Wed Jul 15 11:24:44 CDT 2009
Frank Bulk - iName.com wrote:
> A few others I would check:
> - Akamai (you can contact them via their web page, but there are also people
> on this listserv that can check, too)
> - Google (if their search pages comes up in American English, you're good to
> go, otherwise there's info in their help that will let you fill out a form)
> - MaxMind (there's a contact form on their web page)
> Contact me offline if you want a list of (more minor) GeoIP sites I have
Thanks for that Frank.
I've had contacts from Akamai and a couple of others off-list now. I've
also checked MaxMind - their database appears to be up to date as well.
I can't check Google at this second, as I'm based in the UK - I'll be
setting something up for such tests tonight or tomorrow, but I seem to
remember that we've previously spoken to them about it.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris Taylor [mailto:chris.taylor at sohonet.co.uk]
> Sent: Wednesday, July 15, 2009 3:51 AM
> To: nanog at nanog.org
> Subject: Issues accessing hulu.com from new(ish) US range
> Would someone from hulu.com please contact me offlist?
> Alternatively, if anyone has contact details for a vaguely clueful
> person there, that would be appreciated.
> We had a new range allocated to us by ARIN around 6 months ago for our
> US business, and hulu are claiming it's non-us. Our guess is that it's a
> canned response by first-line support.
> Also, does anyone happen to know which geolocation databases hulu use?
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