Any google network admins out there?
nanog at afxr.net
Sun Apr 5 08:01:24 UTC 2015
On 4/4/2015 3:11 AM, Lou Ashtonhurst wrote:
> Randy, you can just use the contact details on their page about it:
> Ask them for the netflow or other source of proof. My understanding
> was they blocked on /32s not larger subnets which would indicate that
> the traffic is coming from your network, and not someone with a
> similar address, but you should be able to check once they give you
> the info.
> Hope that helps a bit
I've gotten a new IP by my ISP and the issue has gone away, but it was
extra cost and inconvenience as I have to resetup my "non google"
related services back up. I'm a developer, and one whos adept at
removing malware, of which I broke my computer twice trying to find any
existence of. Google has not responded yet from that contact form from
when I submitted that originally. I've also found several places/fourms
where people are having the same issue I was, hopefully it doesn't come
> On 3 April 2015 at 04:53, Randy <nanog at afxr.net
> <mailto:nanog at afxr.net>> wrote:
> I've started to get some message today from google claiming that
> my computer or network was sending automated queries, and they are
> blocking me.
> I'm not sending automated queries, Ive logged all of my outbound
> traffic and there is only my browser traffic going to google.
> I'm not responsible for any one else on "my network" since it is
> owned by my ISP, and solely blocking me based on what some one
> else with an ip address close to mine is not an acceptable
> practice to have for an address used for personal web browsing.
> I would like to know if there is any way to get into contact with
> google about this other then by legal means?
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