Dutch network being routed through UK

This is a mobile network used for public Wi-Fi in a Dutch train.
IP: 145.15.244.234
Location: Leiden, Zuid-Holland (NL)
Should be routed to AMS location but is routed to LHR in London. Traceroute below.
1.1.1.1/help diagnosis (also shows IPv6 servers are reachable, even though it’s IPv4 only :thinking:).

-iPhone:~# traceroute 1.1.1.1
traceroute to 1.1.1.1 (1.1.1.1), 30 hops max, 38 byte packets
 1  10.87.0.1 (10.87.0.1)  17.211 ms  12.131 ms  5.532 ms
 2  10.255.254.0 (10.255.254.0)  172.912 ms  44.602 ms  39.890 ms
 3  172.16.212.252 (172.16.212.252)  47.138 ms  51.940 ms  45.894 ms
 4  145.15.245.21 (145.15.245.21)  42.500 ms  35.971 ms  60.691 ms
 5  ns.nikhef.jointtransit.nl (213.207.8.209)  40.720 ms  38.246 ms  ns.telecity2.jointtransit.nl (213.207.8.210)  40.755 ms
 6  jointtransit.nikhef.openpeering.nl (82.150.153.89)  44.047 ms  60.990 ms  jointtransit.telecity2.openpeering.nl (82.150.153.93)  43.401 ms
 7  telehouse-north2.openpeering.nl (217.170.0.250)  133.667 ms  51.875 ms  75.653 ms
 8  linx-lon1.as13335.net (195.66.225.179)  69.148 ms  *  358.918 ms
 9  one.one.one.one (1.1.1.1)  303.506 ms  558.034 ms  456.573 ms

Hi @milk

Could be that the provider providing public WIFI services is routing through cheaper routes (BGP) and ends up in the UK.
Peering partner is (openpeering.nl) as I see in your trace.

Or are you using the warp client?

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