Is there any chance to re-think about IP limitations on docker servers? it’s really annoying.
error parsing HTTP 403 response body: invalid character '<' looking for beginning of value: "<html><body><h1>403 Forbidden</h1>\nSince Docker is a US company, we must comply with US export control regulations. In an effort to comply with these, we now block all IP addresses that are located in Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Republic of Crimea, Sudan, and Syria. If you are not in one of these cities, countries, or regions and are blocked, please reach out to https://support.docker.com\n</body></html>
ok, at least remove the North Korea from the list. (of course I’m not from there but technically they don’t have access to the internet, so save some bytes!)
BTW I am talking about Iranian IP limitations. It may be related to some laws to ban Iranian IP, but you can remove the firewall rules accidentally! (just saying)