I am using Auth0 with my webapp and with the Wordpress site. My webapp is mostly used by Russians and as you might already know recently russian government has blocked about 19 million IP addresses (AWS, Google Cloud, Digital Ocean, etc) in order to block Telegram messenger in Russia. The fun thing is that Telegram is still working in Russia but many services are blocked due to IP addresses blacklisting. And my Auth0’s subdomain which is myproject.eu.auth0.com is blocked too and as result my users can’t authenticate to my webapp anymore without proxy server or VPN on the client side. To solve the problem, I’ve created a reverse proxy server in Russian data center which forwards all requests to myproject.eu.auth0.com but this does not work and results in some backend errors from Auth0 side, though the requests to myproject.eu.auth0.com are successfully hit the Auth0 server.
So I am really disappointed about all this and asking for help. Is there any way I can solve the problem of IP blacklisting without moving away from Auth0 to a selfhosted solution?