[wellylug] how to determine if a webserver is located in NZ?

Phillip Hutchings sitharus at sitharus.com
Thu May 20 18:27:24 NZST 2004


On 20/05/2004, at 3:59 PM, Sam Cannell wrote:

> Cable to cable traffic on Paradise has never been free.  The only
> exception to this is traffic between two Paradise customers on the same
> subnet (eg. 203.79.92.20 and 203.79.92.55) as this does not pass 
> through
> Paradise's router and therefore cannot be metered.
>
> Traffic between two cable subnets (eg. 203.79.118.33 and 
> 203.96.144.200)
> passes through Paradise's router and will, and always has been, charged
> as national traffic.

Of course, multiple subnets exist on a single cable segment. If you 
know someone else on your segment you can add a static route to them if 
they reciprocate. Of course, since bandwidth caps are enforced in the 
cable modem you're not going to get higher speeds.
--
Phillip Hutchings
sitharus at sitharus.com
http://www.sitharus.com/
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