November 18th, 2003, 02:57 PM
IP numbers exposed
hi there, sorry if i don't have enough personal information in my profile, i prefer to keep my "identity a secret". anyways here's the following...
the first step is to go to MS DOS and type " ping www.website.com" and a number should apear like this [184.108.40.206] and instead of typing in the words, go to the adress bar and type in the number that belongs to the site that your looking for.
Each computer has a number, like every house has an adress, if you lke to know what's the ip number fo your computer just go to MS DOS and type te following command " ipconfig", three numbers will appear, the first number will say "IP adress ..........220.127.116.11", the second one will say "Subnet mask .............18.104.22.168" and the last one will say "Default Gateway........22.214.171.124"
i hope that you enjoyed you visit, if you have questions i'll be mor than happy to assist you
just email me at Theoglazier@yahoo.com
November 18th, 2003, 03:02 PM
Not really a tutorial. The information is ok. It basically describes the end effect of DNS and what DNS does when it comes to using the ICMP protocol.
Perhaps I'm missing something...