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Re: [Without visiting website] Finding out IP address of external interface of web proxy
From: "Dev Null" <devj.nullj () gmail com>
Date: Thu, 1 Nov 2007 14:22:46 +0500

Thanks for all the replies. Visiting all these websites you pointed,
give the IP address of my external interface. Quite excellent.

I would like to know of a way to use network exploration utilities
like traceroute to determine the route taken by my HTTP packets
throuhg the webproxy to the end host. The webproxy does not allow any
other traffic other than HTTP, so I cannot use traceroute?

So, how do I do this without having to visit website? Is there any
other way? If an existing utility can be used for this purpose? OR if
no, can somebody please explain any concept model using network
protocols that how this can be done?
Thanks in advance.

--
devj





On 11/1/07, Hugo J. Curti <hcurti () exa unicen edu ar> wrote:
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Hi Dev,

Try: http://checkip.dyndns.org/

Cheers,

   Hugo

Dev Null escribió:
Hello All


How do I find out the IP address of the external interface of my web proxy?

To explain a bit further: A user browses web sitting in a LAN through
the web proxy that allows HTTP. The web proxy is connected to the LAN
using one interface and it is connected to the outer network using
another interface. Can the user find out the IP address of the outer
interface? If yes, how?


Thanks in advance for any replies.

devj

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mailto:hcurti () exa unicen edu ar
http://www.exa.unicen.edu.ar/~hcurti
Firma digital GPG/PGP: http://www.exa.unicen.edu.ar/~hcurti/firma_hcurti.asc

Puede hacer una donación indirecta (gratis) de un plato de comida
para un niño pobre de la Argentina ahora mismo ingresando a
http://www.porloschicos.com/servlet/PorLosChicos?comando=donar
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On 11/1/07, Hugo J. Curti <hcurti () exa unicen edu ar> wrote:
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Hash: SHA1

Hi Dev,

Try: http://checkip.dyndns.org/

Cheers,

   Hugo

Dev Null escribió:
Hello All


How do I find out the IP address of the external interface of my web proxy?

To explain a bit further: A user browses web sitting in a LAN through
the web proxy that allows HTTP. The web proxy is connected to the LAN
using one interface and it is connected to the outer network using
another interface. Can the user find out the IP address of the outer
interface? If yes, how?


Thanks in advance for any replies.

devj

- --
mailto:hcurti () exa unicen edu ar
http://www.exa.unicen.edu.ar/~hcurti
Firma digital GPG/PGP: http://www.exa.unicen.edu.ar/~hcurti/firma_hcurti.asc

Puede hacer una donación indirecta (gratis) de un plato de comida
para un niño pobre de la Argentina ahora mismo ingresando a
http://www.porloschicos.com/servlet/PorLosChicos?comando=donar
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