Given how a bum router entry, cloudfare or CDN server can cause this, you can't pin the blame here.
You'll need a network specialist to poke around and hope they can find the cause. I'm not that person but wrote router code in the 90's so when I hear a story like this, it's usually something borked somewhere.
Unless the person was trying to get all the tickets they could, but that's another story.
I get 403 Forbidden Error, when trying to enter ticketmaster.com website.
The things I tried:
- 3 different browser
- google dns - 126.96.36.199
- different computers
- mobile (connected to the same router) (desktop mode)
I obviously tried to get different IP (using HOT SPOT with my mobile provider) and ticketmaster.com works like a charm
ticketmaster.be and m.ticketmaster.com - works with the blocked IP by the way.
Ticket master costumer service says my IP isn't blocked, and its open.
My ISP doesn't see any problem.
I think ticketmaster either are incompetent, lying or something went wrong and they can't see the IP is blocked.
Any ideas please, I don't know what to do, been working on this issues for 5 days now.