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JohnInSJ
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join:2003-09-22
Aptos, CA
reply to johnnn

Re: [Speed] Congested Comcast Peering with Akamai, Google in Mid

said by johnnn:

I'm using anycast (75.75.75.75), and my router doesn't support IPv6.

Try using comcast's DNS. Just for grins.
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NathanO

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Moorestown, NJ
That is Comcast's anycast DNS


JohnInSJ
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Aptos, CA
said by NathanO:

That is Comcast's anycast DNS

Perhaps using one from here »www.whatsmydns.net/dns/usa/comca ··· ast.html

Michigan

Primary DNS: 68.87.77.130

Secondary DNS: 68.87.72.130

Primary IPv6 DNS: 2001:558:1016:C:68:87:77:130

Secondary IPv6 DNS: 2001:558:100E:4:68:87:72:130

Would yield different CDN entry points?
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NetFixer
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said by JohnInSJ:

said by NathanO:

That is Comcast's anycast DNS

Perhaps using one from here »www.whatsmydns.net/dns/usa/comca ··· ast.html

...

Would yield different CDN entry points?

That is exactly what I do for the forwarding servers in my in-house DNS server. I chose the primary servers for Atlanta and Chicago because most of my routes go through either Atlanta or Chicago.








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