Net Neutrality Test


On this page you see if the listed websites are available via your ISP and/or Proxy and/or VPN. Your IP address is 54.221.147.93.

If you want to suggest a website, please use the suggestion form and please specify which countries or ISPs are blocking this website.


Name Type Result
1. Neutrality Test Website Image
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2. The Pirate Bay
Blocked in AR
Image
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3. The Pirate Bay Proxy (baytorrent.eu) Image
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4. Tube+
Blocked in: UK
Image
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5. PureVPN
Blocked in: CN
Image
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6. Generic TCP test (TCP 80) TCP
REQUIRES FLASH
7. SMTP (TCP 25)
Most providers block outgoing SMTP traffic to "prevent spam"
TCP
REQUIRES FLASH
8. Active directory and file sharing (TCP 445)
Most providers block traffic on this port to prevent accidental file sharing.
TCP
REQUIRES FLASH
9. Start speedtest

How does neutralitytest.com work?

This page contains <img> tags for the mentioned websites. If this image loads, the website is probably accessible from your network. If it doesn't something is wrong. Either the website site is down (temporarily) or is not accessible from your network.

My ISP blocks website XYZ, can I add it?

Yes please do so using the suggestion form.

What is net neutrality

Net neutrality is the principle that ISPs and governments should treat all data on the Internet equally, not discriminating or charging differentially by user, content, site, platform, application, type of attached equipment, and modes of communication. The term was coined by Columbia media law professor Tim Wu in 2003 as an extension of the longstanding concept of a common carrier. Proponents often see net neutrality as an important component of an open internet, where policies such as equal treatment of data and open web standards allow those on the internet to easily communicate and conduct business without interference from a third party. A "closed internet" refers to the opposite situation, in which established corporations or governments favor certain uses. A closed internet may have restricted access to necessary web standards, artificially degrade some services, or explicitly filter out content. Source: wikipedia

What does "REQUIRES FLASH" mean?

Some tests can only be performed with special code written in Flash. If you have flash disabled or visiting this website on your mobile device, these tests will be ignored.