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From: Ed Rolison (ed.rolisonBYZANTIUM.COM)
Date: Thu Apr 26 2001 - 09:59:17 CDT
>You can sometimes add :80 to the end of a url http://www.yahoo.com:80
>You can also use the ip address of the webserver http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
>Maybe even add a :80 to the end of the ip url.
>There is also a way to convert the ip address into a number string, I have
>to go talk to some
>people to remember how to do that one, but email me back so that I remember.
Converting to a numeric value is done by 'pretending' that the dotted quad is a
base 256 number. Thus the first byte is multiplied by 256*256*256, the second by
256*256 the third by 256 and the last is not multiplied at all. Add these up and
then try and connect to it using that number.
= 66 * 256 * 256 * 256
+ 38 * 256 * 256
+ 151 *256
Can then connect to this as http://1109825290 apparantly that'll skip past a
number of validators which check against IP and 'name'
-- Ed Rolison System Administrator