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Important - In the event of an internet shut down, be certain to record and save the IP address of sites you frequent.

 
Nikola Tesla

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I'm just saying,

The quickest way to disable the net is to shut down some of the DNS servers. If you know the IP address of a site, you can navigate to the location by IP address without certain DNS servers being operational.

Back in the day when the Internet was in its infancy, that is how we would connect to various locations.

As an example the IP address for GLP is: [link to 204.74.214.194]
Try pasting it in a new window on your browser.

If the DNS server at your local ISP is still functioning meaning that your computer has an IP address which is usually assigned by DHCP, then you can still navigate.

Also, if a site you visit frequently has an SSL server get that IP address as well. There could possibly be an attempt to shut down the general web but leave the secure servers operating so as to have a minimal impact on financial transactions.

Remember that everything is a business model so the powers whoever they are might leave the financial side operating and opt to shut down the unsecured system where people congregate.

Start storing those IP addresses as soon as possible; you never know when they will come in handy.

If anyone else has additional info or suggestions, please add to what I have provided.

Best Wishes,

NT
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YES.


Just.


Yes.
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03/01/2013 01:45 AM
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I'm just saying,

The quickest way to disable the net is to shut down some of the DNS servers. If you know the IP address of a site, you can navigate to the location by IP address without certain DNS servers being operational.

Back in the day when the Internet was in its infancy, that is how we would connect to various locations.

As an example the IP address for GLP is: [link to 204.74.214.194]
Try pasting it in a new window on your browser.

If the DNS server at your local ISP is still functioning meaning that your computer has an IP address which is usually assigned by DHCP, then you can still navigate.

Also, if a site you visit frequently has an SSL server get that IP address as well. There could possibly be an attempt to shut down the general web but leave the secure servers operating so as to have a minimal impact on financial transactions.

Remember that everything is a business model so the powers whoever they are might leave the financial side operating and opt to shut down the unsecured system where people congregate.

Start storing those IP addresses as soon as possible; you never know when they will come in handy.

If anyone else has additional info or suggestions, please add to what I have provided.

Best Wishes,

NT
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Duly noted thanks
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03/01/2013 01:47 AM

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thanks tesla, for electricity too
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03/01/2013 02:09 AM
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Why would they mess with dns? Killing home and phone internet connections is a cakewalk with the isp's in their pockets. With everything inside of every datacenter considered vital to national security, shutting down any other sites or servers they want to is already as simple as making a phone call. They wont mess with dns when they can just turn it off.
Don't waste your time with this IP writing stuff. If you are really scared, set up a caching dns server on your computer and use it as your primary dns server for everything you do. Problem solved without a bunch of wasted time writing them down. Google how to do it if you want instructions.
More than that, your computer has a local dns cache that will keep you pointed in the right direction. Just no need to write this stuff down. Better ways to do it.
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03/01/2013 02:13 AM
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where do you find the ip addresses for sites?
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03/01/2013 02:15 AM
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When clicking on the GLP isp address, why doesn't it show the whole page? (I tried both regular and the isp address, so I don't think it was the slowdown.)
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03/01/2013 02:27 AM
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where do you find the ip addresses for sites?
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one way is to use a website that will tell you, for example:

[link to mxtoolbox.com]

[link to mxtoolbox.com]


[link to www.whois.com.au]

[link to dig.whois.com.au]


so do a websearch for "dns lookup", then put the name of the site you want the IP address for into the box
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03/01/2013 02:29 AM

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m.godlikeproductions.com works too sometimes when the main site doesn't. Firefox can pull up the mobile version.
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03/01/2013 02:37 AM
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where do you find the ip addresses for sites?
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Open up a command prompt and ping the site. Like "ping godlikeproductions.com". Easier than using some crappy site to do it.
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03/01/2013 02:46 AM
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If Root is disabled, how are the routing companies, much less the ISP, going to maintain their servers?

They will shut them off, just like everyone else, because not enough People know about IP's, etc, to make it worth their while, to keep any machine on, especially when all those systems will be government controlled anyway, when it does happen.

All these band aid solutions are not very well thought through, and are not rational. At all.

It is appeasement, and appeasement only, because their is no easy solution for the "average user". EO's stipulating all communications and control of all media was on the books long ago under REX 84, splicer, and others.

There is be no internet use when this happens. Sites like GLP will either be taken over directly by the government for propaganda purposes, or removed from all net directories, and blocked from the data stream all together. More band aid solutions that dont hold up under critical scrutiny of the realization of what is going on, or going to happen, or the fact that the base architecture of the internet was built and run by the Government in the first place.

You better start making phone trees now, and learning pad code.
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03/01/2013 05:41 AM
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bump
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03/01/2013 06:07 AM
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If Root is disabled, how are the routing companies, much less the ISP, going to maintain their servers?

They will shut them off, just like everyone else, because not enough People know about IP's, etc, to make it worth their while, to keep any machine on, especially when all those systems will be government controlled anyway, when it does happen.

All these band aid solutions are not very well thought through, and are not rational. At all.

It is appeasement, and appeasement only, because their is no easy solution for the "average user". EO's stipulating all communications and control of all media was on the books long ago under REX 84, splicer, and others.

There is be no internet use when this happens. Sites like GLP will either be taken over directly by the government for propaganda purposes, or removed from all net directories, and blocked from the data stream all together. More band aid solutions that dont hold up under critical scrutiny of the realization of what is going on, or going to happen, or the fact that the base architecture of the internet was built and run by the Government in the first place.

You better start making phone trees now, and learning pad code.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19004483



LOL. That already happened. Why'd ya thunk trinity called the FBI when he got DDOS. Why'd ya think he got DDOS-d?

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