When people in our HQ location use MSN Weather or Google Maps the browser's act as if they are at another location where our company has a Factory. The network layout is an HQ and Factory building each in different states, we have a MPLS tunnel between our two locations, the routes at the Factory are so that all internet access from the Factory comes across the tunnel and out of the HQ location's Firewall. With that said I would expect the opposite to be happening! Any ideas why that may be? Thank you!
Also to add. What's my IP and Geolocation tests from multiple machines show the public IP address of the Firewall in HQ and that the IP is located where HQ is. So again, more confusion to why sites would acts as if we are at another location when geolcation shows correctly