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My application is being used by public institutions and displays maps with OSM. I was using osm normally, but from some moment it is not displayed like the picture below.

Request URL: http://{s}.tile.openstreetmap.org/{z}/{x}/{y}.png

What could be the problem? Is it blocked somewhere?

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1kcPCyuFYZs3ltwuTA0yGqXiCxylc9JTzybZR15Ue--s/edit?usp=sharing

asked 05 Jul '23, 10:03

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Where are you located? Can you open dev tools of your browser to see the errors in trying to access e.g. https://a.tile.openstreetmap.org/1/1/1.png ?

(06 Jul '23, 11:03) Spiekerooger
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Try without the "{s}". That isn't needed any more. Also note that whatever is accessing OSM tiles needs to follow https://operations.osmfoundation.org/policies/tiles/ . It may be that you are infringing some technical requirements there.

(06 Jul '23, 12:04) SomeoneElse ♦
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While the {s} is deprecated it still would work, so it's true to best change the url, but this is - at least as of today - not the cause of the problem.

One cause could be the GFW. That's why I'm asking about location.

(06 Jul '23, 12:31) Spiekerooger
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The location where osm is not visible is Suwon in South Korea, and the representative IPs are 211.114.22.71 and 211.114.22.131. But since yesterday afternoon, osm is showing up again. lol

(07 Jul '23, 02:00) sxmhxnjxn

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