Here is a traceroute from my home IP (Comcast, in Michigan, USA) https://community.cloudflare.com/c/reliability/1111
Here is the traceroute to 22.214.171.124 https://gist.github.com/sdenike/78f6babd166c6643c52a0b1e1535f483
traceroute to 126.96.36.199 https://gist.github.com/sdenike/c1cf74d390f8f67f0f8042d21c186130
That sure stops in a hurry. What hardware are you using? Some routers use or block 188.8.131.52
Thank you for reporting the issue. We are looking into this
I reached out to Comcast in my area yesterday and it took them a few hours to get the information to the right person, but looks like they are blocking 184.108.40.206 at one(maybe more) of their Cable Modem Termination Systems since previously 220.127.116.11 was used as a testing address by some hardware/software. They told me it would be a few days before it was allowed again.
I have Comcast as well (Minnesota, USA). I also use my own modem, and a couple of AirPort Time Capsules. I tried to change the DNS server addresses on the one connected to the modem, and when it tried rebooting, I just got an amber light on the front. When I disconnected it from power, and restarted it, it booted back up with the DNS server addresses that were on it previously. Perhaps this is related?
@denike Comcast claim the issue is fixed. I m not sure about the cable modem thing. But please give it another shot and let us know if it is resolved.
I spoke with Comcast yesterday and they have resolved the issue on this. Thanks case can be closed!
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