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How do you get router issues resolved?

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I'm trying to get to app.e2ma.net, and it doesn't work from the verizon network, but works fine from other networks.

 

Trace route from Verizon: 

 1:  lo0-100.bstnma-vfttp-324.verizon-gni.net              2.550ms 
 1:  lo0-100.bstnma-vfttp-324.verizon-gni.net              3.662ms 
 2:  b3324.bstnma-lcr-22.verizon-gni.net                   8.637ms 
 3:  no reply
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 5:  0.et-10-3-0.gw7.dfw13.alter.net                      49.401ms asymm  6 
 6:  sungard-gw.customer.alter.net                        53.423ms 
 7:  dal2cr2-te-0-0-0-1.sgns.net                          57.216ms asymm 10 
 8:  smy1cr1-te-0-1-0-2.sgns.net                          60.705ms asymm  9 
 9:  alp1cr1-te-0-0-1-0.sgns.net                          62.317ms asymm  8 
10:  66.179.229.122                                       59.868ms asymm  7 
11:  64.238.200.98                                        84.621ms asymm  8 
12:  130.250.160.105                                      85.173ms asymm  7 
13:  no reply
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15:  no reply

Trace route from amazon server:

 1?: [LOCALHOST]                                         pmtu 9001
 1:  10.0.0.1                                              0.168ms pmtu 1500
 1:  no reply
 2:  no reply
 3:  no reply
 4:  no reply
 5:  no reply
 6:  100.65.10.33                                          0.565ms 
 7:  205.251.244.224                                       1.492ms asymm  8 
 8:  52.93.24.153                                          1.350ms asymm  7 
 9:  54.239.111.20                                       246.642ms asymm 13 
10:  no reply
11:  no reply
12:  54.239.43.201                                        31.972ms asymm 15 
13:  176.32.125.154                                       48.756ms asymm 20 
14:  176.32.125.190                                       46.231ms asymm 19 
15:  176.32.124.212                                       38.095ms asymm 17 
16:  0.TenGigE0-3-0-9.GW6.DFW13.ALTER.NET                 31.698ms asymm 19 
17:  0.et-11-3-0.GW7.DFW13.ALTER.NET                      39.266ms asymm 18 
18:  smy1cr1-te-0-1-0-2.sgns.net                          40.495ms asymm 19 
19:  dal2cr2-te-0-0-0-1.sgns.net                          40.834ms 
20:  smy1cr1-te-0-1-0-2.sgns.net                          40.552ms asymm 19 
21:  64.238.200.98                                        70.172ms asymm 22 
22:  64.238.200.98                                        78.341ms 
23:  130.250.160.105                                      69.456ms asymm 19 
24:  no reply
25:  no reply

 

 

They both seem to hit 130.250.160.105, yet pings from verzon don't work, and pings from the amazon network do. 

 

Do I just hope the owner upstream of 130.250.160.105 discover the problem and fixes it?  Is there any way to get this resolved?

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Re: How do you get router issues resolved?

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Just an update contacted the owner of the router in the middle and the endpoint, someone fixed something because it started working....nobody has claimed responsibility.

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Re: How do you get router issues resolved?

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https://www.whois-search.com/whois/130.250.160.105

You may try sending an email to the address look up.

however often times certain domains are blacklisted or on a RBL and all traffic dies in their space. But I just don’t know which.

 

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That's a good idea, we'll see what happens.

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Worked fine for me:

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Lovely, still not working from me, and I've tried from two different locations on the FIOS network and both fail.  On the plus side I did get a response from vxchnge.com, they tried rebooting a router, but that didn't seem to help.

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Just an update contacted the owner of the router in the middle and the endpoint, someone fixed something because it started working....nobody has claimed responsibility.

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