Google contact: apps vs IPv6 issue
jeroen at massar.ch
Wed Dec 3 17:27:16 UTC 2014
On 2014-12-03 17:57, Max Tulyev wrote:
> Could someone advice a good contact inside Google?
noc at google.com is where this stuff has to go. They claim to read it (and
mostly they do in time).
> I'm operating a IPv6 tunnel broker http://tb.netassist.ua/
> Now there are a number of complaints tunnel broker users can't access
> Google Apps with the reason "We're sorry, but this service is not
> available in your country".
That is likely as your address space has shown users with cookies from a
variety of locations not matching where you claim they are coming.
Note that Happy Eyeballs causes folks to use IPv4 + IPv6 and thus
mismatches are easily caught by sites that care to pay attention to that.
> IPv4 access to same pages from Ukraine is OK, and MaxMind GeoIP replies
> our IPv6 network we are using in our service is "NetAssist, Ukraine".
You might want to implement:
See also for a bit more user-sided detail:
Do note that you need to have a good trust factor there for Google to
accept the geofeed.
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