Get your external IP address

curl -> IP Adress curl -> Remote Host curl ->User Agent curl -> Port thonks to

By: aajjk
2010-04-21 13:10:33

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Not nitpicking but, proxies are used a lot these Days..
zlemini · 595 weeks and 4 days ago
Just using curl on the URL returns the whole HTML of the page. The site actually recommends using this: curl
morganestes · 399 weeks and 3 days ago
curl will execute faster.
testing_cli · 372 weeks and 5 days ago
I rather use
Eun · 356 weeks and 2 days ago
curl Or if http is blocked dig +short
sneeze · 149 weeks ago
What is and where is it on the system?
cmbowyer13 · 115 weeks and 3 days ago
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monicaphillpaa · 43 weeks and 6 days ago
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looneyhans · 43 weeks and 2 days ago

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