Hi, On 29/08/2017 08:54, Philippe Maechler wrote: > > We (AS61174) have some problems with a newer ip range 126.96.36.199/20 > <http://188.8.131.52/20>. > Customers are complaining that they access the content (e.g. Teleboy, > Swisscom TV, and many more) from Netherland and therefore the access is > denied.
That's because from what I can see, until February, that prefix had been announced for about a year from Verizon Nederland. > Can you check your filters and make sure that this range "belongs" to > switzerland? It's not that simple. For example, I see that MaxMind reports the prefix as being 100% in Dübendorf (https://stat.ripe.net/widget/geoloc#w.resource=184.108.40.206%2F20), but the situation might be different for other Geolocation providers. I see that you have a series of more specific objects in the RIPE database. What I can suggest, in order to help the other providers to pick up the new location is to add a geoloc: attribute to all of them. This would _help_ but won't completely fix the situation. As they already suggested, try to go and force the update on all the relevant GeoIP databases. Ciao! -- Massimiliano Stucchi MS16801-RIPE
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