MyRepublic ISP in Indonesia is anycast-ed to anexia-lis (too far)

Hello NextDNS Staff,

Switching over from biznet to myrepublic as ISP in the past few weeks, however it seems that nextdns cli running on the router seem to be getting IPs that are with anycast in anexia-lis, I assume this is lisbon, portugal?

When this happens, I see a lot of errors on the nextdns log, see attached.
And I have also attached the result from https://ping.nextdns.io/
And here is the diag: https://nextdns.io/diag/23fc0480-9c57-11ed-8e51-7f9e08b7e6b5

I have tried with forwarder in the config by setting it to dediserve-jkt, and it proves to be faster however forwarder does not allow any of the children profiles with restriction to apply while we have another standard profile running, you can only use one.

Please help to fix your anycast, over 200ms to get to dns server is unacceptable.

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  • I will use forwarder in the mean time to bring back sanity for the users.

  • @nextdns staff
    This is in comparison with Biznet Networks.
    It is still uses a server farther away in Singapore instead of Indonesia.

    Here is the diag: https://nextdns.io/diag/b0025b70-9c73-11ed-a6b7-ed3bccb2c291
    Attached is the result from ping.nextdns.io.

  • Hello, why no respond ?

  • Is it time to pack up? damn. AdGaurd seems to be the ideal now even if it's expensive.

  • As for me, I have used Jakarta quite often, but it can be slow, unresponsive, and sometimes even non-functional. Therefore, I think using a "forwarder" could be a temporary solution.

  • I see now dediserve-jkt is now gone, and we are now on gc-jkt.
    hopefully the problem is fixed.

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