Websites block us because our IP addresses are seen as "Anonymous Ip" in CloudFront service.

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We are in trouble with Amazon CloudFront services. We are an internet operator, somehow amazon CloudFront sees our IP addresses as Anonymous Ip and our internet subscribers are having problems accessing many websites. I created a CASE about it but I was told that I need to get a paid technical support.

I am confused. In the end, our internet subscribers are having problems, not because of a service I received, but because of a problem with amazon.

What should we do in this case? Will they really help me if I get a paid support package? After all, I am not the one using CloudFront.

We are a new internet operator, the problem may be caused by this. Our IP addresses have started to be given to new FTTH and xDSL customers.

Osman
asked 8 months ago434 views
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Hi Osman,

It sounds like a situation where Amazon's anti-abuse mechanisms may be inadvertently flagging your IP addresses due to their association with anonymous or new pools.

Newly allocated IP addresses, especially in large blocks, can sometimes be seen as high-risk by various online platforms, especially if they previously belonged to another entity that might have misused them.

You should use the AWS Contact Us form https://aws.amazon.com/pt/contact-us/. If the situation is explained clearly, it might be escalated to the right department.

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answered 8 months ago
  • Unfortunately, I tried this method, I also contacted the NOC Contact information in the IP Whois information and they did not return. We are experiencing a victimization about this situation.

  • Hi Osman,

    I understand your frustration and the urgency to resolve this, especially when your subscribers are being affected.

    It's essential to maintain persistence and ensure AWS understands the gravity of the situation. Their primary interest is in serving customers and ensuring the smooth operation of online resources. Sometimes, due to the vast scale at which they operate, issues might get overlooked or be delayed in resolution. But with consistent communication, they should eventually assist.

    Lastly, please note that I'm just a member of the community trying to help based on the information available and previous experiences. I deeply sympathize with your situation and genuinely wish I could assist you more directly in resolving this. It's disheartening to hear that you're facing such challenges, and I truly hope that AWS will address your concerns promptly.

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