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Custom Domain Connectivity In India

Various bloggers in India are reporting inability to access blogs published to custom domains.

We have a problem rollup in Blogger Help Forum, where the problem is being explored. You may find it useful to use a proxy server, to get the most useful advice, if you are experiencing this problem.

If you are located in India - or you are getting reports from blog readers in India - and you (or your readers) are experiencing any difficulty accessing any Blogger or Google services, please provide details, in the rollup discussion.
  • Geographic location - City and Country, please, where the problem is being observed.
  • The name of the ISP providing connectivity, to the computers with the problem.
  • Please verify the scope of the outage, using my standard 5 link connectivity test.
If you're able to provide details about the outage, you can help Blogger Engineers to focus on the problem - and not on speculations.

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