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When I connect to the NY server it shows up as Phoenix in speedtest.net and dnsleaktest I checked the server status list and NY shows as being up?

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Hi Willie

 

What does iplocation.net show you ?

 

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Geolocation data from IP2Location (Product: DB4)

IP Address Country Region City ISP

23.1xx.xxx.xxx United States New York New York City Nobis Technology Group Llc

Google Map for NEW YORK CITY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES (New window)

 

 

Geolocation data from IPligence (Product: Max)

IP Address Country Region City ISP

23.1xx.xxx.xxx United States Arizona Phoenix Nobis Technology Group Llc

Continent Latitude Longitude Time Zone

North America xx.4481 -xxx.0732 MST

Google Map for PHOENIX, ARIZONA, UNITED STATES (New window)

 

 

Geolocation data from IP Address Labs (Product: Pro)

IP Address Country Region City ISP

23.1xx.xxx.xxx United States Arizona Phoenix Nobis Technology Group, Llc

Continent Latitude Longitude Organization

North America xx.6748 -xxx.9519 Nobis Technology Group, LLC

 

 

Why does the first one show NY but the rest including speedtest and dnsleak show Phoenix?

 

 

Also, I've connected to NY on my Android phone and dnsleak also shows Phoenix.

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It will be due to the way those servers are routed, we will have a look and sort that out.

 

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It's been a week that East coast server have been routing through Arizona, any ETR?

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Hello - those servers are physically located in NY, if you do iptraces you will see those hops in NY - we don;t really have control over these websites geo location data, they are wrong!

 

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