Please refer to:
They have host of information.
You are spot on. I switched to google dns as a test 18.104.22.168 and it worked. I've done the same thing you did. Added a hosts file until adobe figures it out. On a side note, I manage our firewalls, routers and DNS servers. Firewalls are not blocking, routers are fine and I had our dns server pull a new cache of the adobe information from our ISP's DNS servers. Wasn't until I switched to Google's DNS servers that things worked.
We have experienced this exact issue since Friday. We made no changes to firewall, router, etc... Sound like something happened on Adobe's end.
We have also been experiencing this since Friday of last week - Same situation - we can access it from home or wifi, but not the network at work. We don't have that unique of a network configuration - When we set up a DNS forwarder to Google's IP (22.214.171.124) it works...(but we do not want to do this again ) We put a call into Adobe, and they just kept sending us account reset emails (even after we explained that we can't even GET to the sign-in screen). We had three other companies in the NY area try to get to the log in screen, and it didn't work for them either...
Did you notice how short the TTL is for "adobeid-na1.services.adobe.com"? under 30 seconds...
It magically started working this afternoon.
I can't believe that there is so few people discussing this... I have no idea how many customers were impacted, but what the heck?
Even if we all figured out workarounds, I'm surprised no one has said much about this...I really hope we hear *something* about what caused this...
Lets NOT let this slide...