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  • Ratty
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    Hi,

    I think the issue with using a proxy is that the DNS lookup is still done on some Uzbekistan server.
    Maybe completely tunneling all your traffic (including DNS) through a VPN like http://www.securitykiss.com/ would help.

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  • Jhenya
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    Yes, and it didn't help.
    Is there a possibility to manually define the server address for Google Maps used for FR24 ?

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  • Mike
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    Originally posted by Jhenya View Post
    It didn't help, but now the main Uzbek ISP allows to use https for google maps.
    Still no clue how to get it work. Again, the android version works just fine.
    Have you tried to use another DNS server? For example Google DNS 8.8.8.8 ?

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  • Jhenya
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    It didn't help, but now the main Uzbek ISP allows to use https for google maps.
    Still no clue how to get it work. Again, the android version works just fine.

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  • Sanjar
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    Originally posted by Jhenya View Post
    Any chance to have some kind of "encrypted mode" on Chrome?
    I also reside in Uzbekistan, Android FR24 is working just fine through the same ISP, but no picture on usual PC. As it was mentioned before, is there any possibility to change .....maps.com to ...maps.ru? Because our gov-t allows using russian based maps.
    Or please explain what is "encrypted mode" on opera and how to make it work?
    You can download the add-on to the chrome of a "proxy" and a proxy to visit the site. FR24 works very quickly.

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  • Jhenya
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    Any chance to have some kind of "encrypted mode" on Chrome?
    I also reside in Uzbekistan, Android FR24 is working just fine through the same ISP, but no picture on usual PC. As it was mentioned before, is there any possibility to change .....maps.com to ...maps.ru? Because our gov-t allows using russian based maps.
    Or please explain what is "encrypted mode" on opera and how to make it work?
    Last edited by Jhenya; 2014-01-22, 07:49.

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  • Sanjar
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    Everything turned out. I downloaded the Opera browser. came in encrypted mode and all the shows. thanks to all

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  • Sanjar
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    tried all that has been written, nothing helps. so no luck I look at the site. Thank you all who responded to my question.

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  • peterhr
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    Originally posted by speedbird1960 View Post
    The problem is related to Uzbekistan.
    would an entry in \windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts with

    173.194.113.78 maps.google.com

    to get around this?

    Or a better way ... in windows network config, setting a fixed ip address and fixed non-uzbek dns servers as documented in
    https://developers.google.com/speed/public-dns/

    (it says there

    To try it out:

    Configure your network settings to use the IP addresses 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 as your DNS servers)

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    see also http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Public_DNS
    Last edited by peterhr; 2014-01-16, 15:22.

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  • FR24support
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    Originally posted by speedbird1960 View Post
    The problem is related to Uzbekistan.
    That's why I asked where the member was located.

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  • speedbird1960
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    The problem is related to Uzbekistan.

    Blockage of google.com maps
    I am located in Uzbekistan. the government redirects all DNS calls to maps.google.com to msn.com to block access to maps
    http://forum.routeconverter.com/thread-934.html.

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  • peterhr
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    Originally posted by peterhr View Post
    How about downloading the ISO for Ubuntu desktop http://www.ubuntu.com/download/deskt...desktop-latest

    burning the ISO to a DVD

    Boot the DVD to 'Try Ubuntu' do not install it - it should not touch the windows installation

    It will have a web browser as part of the trial ... that should show if the problem is to do with the PC software or elsewhere.

    (PS. I've not tried UBUNTU 13.10 - I'll give this a go too)
    I've tested the with Ubunti 13.10 x64 on an HP 7600c PC, - it works - if you try, it should let you know if it's something with your windows installation or if it's something with your internet connectivity.

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  • Sanjar
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    it is possible to change the reference site FR24 http://maps.google.com for https://maps.google.com try, I understand that the problem is not on the site. the problem is that I can `t go to the site.

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  • Sanjar
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    Originally posted by Oblivian View Post
    What you didn't confirm here, is if you actually tried a different browser (to eliminate a plugin)

    Did you try with firefox/IE..
    Originally posted by Sanjar View Post
    ....

    I did, not work

    I tried through IE, firefox not work
    I spoke about it

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  • Oblivian
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    In either case, this does not appear to be an issue with FR24 or its operation. It is either ISP, Browser, or PC related. preventing you from reaching the maps server via standard HTTP

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