How does IP Freely work?

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How does IP Freely work?

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I tried messing with it, but I can't figure it out. It's like the rubix cube to me.

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well, Maboroshi wrote it, he´ll surely give you more information.
but if you downloaded it on the first day I uploaded it you should dl it again, because I messed something up on the server and placed an older version first (which may not work properly)... :oops:

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How IP Freely Works

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Sorry about my lack of skill in Documenting code :)

Basically all you need is a txt file named input.txt on your C:\ Drive with one or more IP Addresses seperated by a new line

basically create a txt file like this

24.207.88.90
24.88.20.75
25.99.65.105

etc etc.....

name it input.txt

then run the program and specify a port for the program to try and attempt a connection on each IP the program will loop through each IP address attempting a connection

If a connection is made it will display a message saying connected to << Insert IP Here >>

and will stop trying to make a connection on any other IP addresses

if a connection is not made it will continue looping through until a connection is made or when it reaches the end of the file

what it means if a Connection is made on the IP Address is that the machine you connected to is running a server on that port

basically all IP Freely really is for is a presentation of the possibilities of Python

So good luck in using the program hope this has helped a bit

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Maboroshi

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Thank you for the clarification.

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