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On Mon, 19 Jun 2006, Frank Knobbe wrote:

[SNIP]

>
> ("Here's our server, at IP 127.0.0.1." -- "But that's a loop-back
> address!" -- "No, it's not, it's legitimate!" -- "It's not, it's
> hookey!" -- "I beg your pardon? It comes straight from the name server!"
> -- "But it's not a valid Internet address." -- "Yes, it is! See? It has
> four octets!" -- "But it's not routable!" -- "But it could be!" -- "But
> it's not, it's a dead address." -- "No, it's not, it's just
> resting!" ...)
>


At least it;s not pining for the fjords!

Circomventing only requires the user to make a static DNS connection
other than the one *attempting* to control the connection does it not?

Thanks,

Ron DuFresne
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