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Countries blocking PoPs


Does anyone have any suggestions or strategies for dealing with countries which block out points of presence? 

We're facing an issue where government domains in Central Asia would block multiple PoPs and I'm hoping there's a better way than just picking a random PoP.



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Re: Countries blocking PoPs

You could use country specific POPs as an alternate proxy and have the domain in the alternate proxy list.  The only other way we've done it is with pac files forcing traffic to our on-premise proxies where we then force the traffic to specific cloud pops - but this doesn't work for remote users.

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