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Old 2009-06-08, 04:30   #4
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"Kyle"
Feb 2005
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Since you cannot use a proxy or proxy site, there is another method, albeit a slightly more involved one. I should add that I'm not sure this is the solution you are looking for but it is worth a try. Also, I believe this can only be done on Windows but I may be mistaken on that particular factoid.

Here is what you do... use command prompt to ping the website in question to find its IP address. Then, using that IP you "should" be able to connect directly to it using the address rather than the address you are familiar with. I think this process is slightly different if your PC runs DOS, but I doubt that it does as it would have to be OLD. Finally, this may not work unless you have administrator privileges but I am not sure... it is worth a try I suppose

Hope this helps!
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