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Can a device (IP) bypass diversion?

Discussion in 'ASUS Wireless' started by DarkWolfSLV, Jul 12, 2019.

  1. DarkWolfSLV

    DarkWolfSLV New Around Here

    Dec 6, 2018
    I have a curious behavior while using spotify on my tablet.
    Since I'm not paying for the subscription, after a few songs I got ads (which is fine with me) but 95% of the times the app stops because it is not able to play the next ad.

    The domains being blocked during this errors are below and since I do not want to allow those domains for all my network, I was wondering if there's a way for a single IP to bypass diversion.

    07:46:16 blocked by blockinglist ade.googlesyndication.com
    07:46:16 blocked by blockinglist pubads.g.doubleclick.net
    07:46:16 blocked by blockinglist insight.adsrvr.org
    07:46:16 blocked by blockinglist gcdn.2mdn.net
    07:46:16 blocked by blockinglist s0.2mdn.net
    07:46:45 blocked by blockinglist ade.googlesyndication.com
    07:46:45 blocked by blockinglist pubads.g.doubleclick.net
    07:46:45 blocked by blockinglist insight.adsrvr.org
    07:46:45 blocked by blockinglist gcdn.2mdn.net
    07:46:45 blocked by blockinglist s0.2mdn.net

  2. dave14305

    dave14305 Very Senior Member

    May 19, 2018
  3. DarkWolfSLV

    DarkWolfSLV New Around Here

    Dec 6, 2018