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A couple of people mentioned to me that my question was inappropriate for this list. To you I appoligize. However, it is my understanding from the site http://lists.apple.com/mailman/listinfo/studentdev that the apple student list is "A forum for Apple's student developers to communicate about Apple technologies, current projects, and Apple Developer Connection Student Program questions." DNS is, in a way, an Apple technology because it runns on it, I am a student, and it is a current project of mine. I have been trying to learn more about DNS from my book from my computer networking class. I have also been looking at and hacking a little java code trying to get a better idea of what really goes on. It is a little more complex than I had anticipated; considering the simplicity of http for example. I do have one more question concerning my DNS challenges. Is there any way around the lack of a constructor in the java.net.InetAddress. I would love to be able to write: InetAddress dnsServerIp = new Inet4Address ("126.96.36.199"); I know of no way to just "type in" the ip I want in any java class. Any ideas? Rick Heywood email@hidden God bless America!!! _______________________________________________ studentdev mailing list | email@hidden Help/Unsubscribe/Archives: http://www.lists.apple.com/mailman/listinfo/studentdev Do not post admin requests to the list. They will be ignored.
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