2005/7/5, Niall O Broin <niall at linux.ie>:
> Formerly, when I would attempt to get something from Sourceforge, HEAnet was
> always offered as one of my download locations. I always assumed this was
> because of some kind of geo IP wizardry. Lately, however, it appears that the
> wizard has gone back to Oz, as I never get offered HEAnet. Not a biggie, as I
> pick something else and change the end of the URL to =HEAnet. It would
> however be nicer not to have to do this.
>> I am using IBB as my ISP, and I have a static IP which has not changed. And
> other sites still know I'm in Ireland e.g. www.whatismyip.com .
>Same issue. Eircom Broadband's customer.
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