[Netalyzr] Netalyzr wrongly reports that we're redirecting traffic

Nicholas Weaver nweaver at ICSI.Berkeley.EDU
Wed Sep 18 07:55:34 PDT 2013

This is a recent change on the part of Google (I only noticed it myself yesterday) where their reverse is no longer clean.  (It used to be clean: a reverse of a google name referred to "google" or "1e100" etc.  But their recent shift to a much more CDN-centric structure has changed things considerably.)

I just push out a minor update to fix this problem.  


Thanks for the report.

On Sep 18, 2013, at 9:14 AM, Stefan Winter <stefan.winter at restena.lu> wrote:

> Hi,
> Netalyzr spits out some very uneasy WARNINGs when it comes to resolving
> www.google.com, claiming that we unrightfully redirect traffic. This is
> incorrect, and does not look very nice to people running Netalyzr on our
> network.

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