@VerizonSupport 18.104.22.168 is a dead end. How can I get routed around this? Or contact the owner to let them know their address is a dead end? I’m stuck.
@VerizonSupport Here you go:
@VerizonSupport Doing a trace route shows me that I end up going through 22.214.171.124 when trying to reach a URL where Google Music comes from.
@VerizonSupport I can’t reach *.doc-0-0-sj.sj.googleusercontent.com via a trace route on my FiOS connection, but via a VPN or tethering to my phone everything works fine.
So what do you do when your ISP routes some of Google’s services through a dead-end IP? @VerizonSupport ?
@VerizonSupport SNR level: fair. SNR value 32DB
@VerizonSupport FXX is so scrambled its unwatchable. Other channels are fine. Zip 20906
@VerizonSupport FiOS is out. I think it’s the BBU. Replaced the backup battery last night and now service is dead this morning.
@VerizonSupport Clean the tip of the coax cable going into the red and black FiOS router? I’ll try that at home later tonight.
@VerizonSupport Rebooted the FiOS router, rebooted the ONT, problem always comes back an hour or two later.
@VerizonSupport Large uploads choke. I already follow you guys.
@VerizonSupport Oh wait the Verizon speed test finally did something. Peaked at 0.04 Mbps.
@VerizonSupport Tried that. Nothing different.