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Started by DTCNEO, February 17, 2011, 09:22:54 PM
Quote from: DTCNEO on February 17, 2011, 09:22:54 PMSo, I'm not exactly sure what to do about this and I was hoping to get some help, or at-least pointed in the right direction. When accessing google.com over IPv6 google is detecting that I'm in Norway, and redirecting me to google.no. If I force my computer to prefer IPv4 over IPv6 I can reach google.com just fine. It appears that google thinks my entire prefix resides in Norway! If it was just me being affected I would just use google.com/ncr, but I have my tunnel configured on my router, which is providing native IPv6 connectivity to my LAN, so all users are being affected. I could also either stop my DNS server from using HE's DNS servers as forward lookup servers, or just disable IPv6 on my LAN, but I'd rather not. Google has a page to report location detection problems, but it only accepts IPv4 addresses and there's nowhere to type a comment. Does anyone have any idea what I can do to resolve this problem?
Quote from: broquea on February 17, 2011, 10:01:15 PMGot a speedy reply from them that their GeoIP team will start looking into it.
curl -I -6 http://www.google.com | grep LocationLocation: http://www.google.pl/
curl -6 -I http://www.google.com | grep LocationLocation: http://www.google.dk/
curl -6 -I http://www.google.com | grep LocationLocation: http://www.google.si/
Quote from: mkuron on February 22, 2011, 08:31:31 AMI'm on the Frankfurt tunnel server and get redirected to Google Poland...EDIT 2/25: Apparently Frankfurt just moved 1000 kilometers to the north-west and now is located in Denmark