与 GFW 的战斗永不停息，下面是以前写的几篇 post。
2017-12-06 meet long-lost google scholar
A few days ago, I found I can’t access Google Scholar, but I was to busy to deal with it.
Now, I need to search papers about de novo RNA-seq assembly. So I feel urgent to use it. I search Google, and find many people talks about host, ipv6, etc. Not believed what they say, I decided to have a try:
vim /etc/hosts (execute
host google.com on VPS to get the ipv6 address)
# Google Scholar 2607:f8b0:4005:801::200e scholar.google.cn 2607:f8b0:4005:801::200e scholar.google.com.hk 2607:f8b0:4005:801::200e scholar.google.com 2607:f8b0:4005:801::200e scholar.l.google.com
It turns out the method works! Now I can happily use Google Scholar again, although changing host periodically may be cumbersome.
Thank Google, as long as I can access you, there is still a help.
2018-05-01 Google resources reverse proxy
copied from here
- https://ajax.googleapis.com => https://ajax.googleapis.cnpmjs.org
- https://fonts.googleapis.com => https://fonts.googleapis.cnpmjs.org
- https://fonts.gstatic.com => https://fonts.gstatic.cnpmjs.org
- https://themes.googleusercontent.com => https://themes.googleusercontent.cnpmjs.org
I realized that the biggest problem with GFW is that it’s very hard, or better, impossible to find a universal solution. Shadowsocks may fail at times, reverse proxy may lag in synchronize, block may impair things I really need.
At least for now, Google Fonts has been completely blocked in my heart, following Google Analytics and Tag Manager.