A friend just told me that Cybernet told him there is a Switzerlandwide Internet Problem.
Does anybody know something?
Online Consulting AG, Michele Capobianco, System Administrator, Weststrasse 38, CH-9500 Wil
Phone +41 (0)71 913 31 31, Fax +41 (0)71 913 31 32
We have a customer whose IP keep getting blocked by various CDN
If we change his IP, this solved the issue for a couple of days, then
he is blocked again. Actual IP: 126.96.36.199
At the moment, this IP is being blocked by the CDN used by:
I opened a case with Amazon, as this is the ones that host the
easyjet.com CDN but they replied that he is blocked 'upstream' by their
Our customer called the Easyjet Helpdesk, but they have no clue what
generates this error and sent him to is ISP :-/
We don't get any kind of complaints regarding the IP of this customer.
Two entries on blacklist I am not familiar with. One of them about an
All the customer is seing on the webpage is:
=== snipp ===
You don't have permission to access "http://www.easyjet.com/" on this server.
=== snapp ===
Any hints on how to solve or what blocking provider is used (all pages
show a very similar message with similar ID) are appreciated.
PS: Yes, google is finding reports of this exact issue. None I found
provided any useful hint on what causes the issue.
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The TLD zones .ch/.li make use of the RcodeZero Anycast DNS service of
nic.at since a few weeks (The nameserver letters d.nic.ch/d.nic.li to be
precise). Nic.at has now added an anycast node at SwissIX. In order to
get the best possible RTT and increased resiliency against potential
DDOS attacks on the DNS infrastructure we encourage network operators
peering at SwissIX without using the route servers to get in contact
with nic.at for direct peering:
AS1921, Peering @ SwissIX https://peeringdb.com/ix/60
IP addresses: 188.8.131.52, 2001:7f8:24::a4
The RcodeZero Anycast DNS node at this location provides DNS services
for multiple other TLDs.
SWITCH DNS Operations
The IANA AS Numbers registry has been updated to reflect the allocation of the following blocks to APNIC:
147770-148793 Assigned by APNIC 2021-10-11
148794-149817 Assigned by APNIC 2021-10-11
149818-150841 Assigned by APNIC 2021-10-11
150842-151865 Assigned by APNIC 2021-10-11
You can find the registry at:
The allocation was made in accordance with the Policy for Allocation of ASN Blocks to Regional Internet Registries:
Lead IANA Services Specialist
Some years back, when I was net admin, I was surprised how easy it was to
make you shut your mouth about whatever problem you find disgusting in our
society. A big DDoS in the dark corner of your network, et voilà, affaire
Those peoples seems able to help you in such case.
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Ciao a tutti, continuate nel testo in inglese
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