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You Can Now Access Appliantology by IP Address: 173.199.129.135


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In the unlikely event that DNS servers go down and you can't access Appliantology via the domain name (appliantology.org), you can now access the site directly by its IP address:

173.199.129.135

Don't worry if you don't know what a DNS server or an IP address is. The point is just that if you can't pull up Appliantology the normal way -- by putting appliantology.org into your browser's address bar -- then you should try putting that IP address into that same address bar. That may work for you when the normal way doesn't.

If you value Appliantology, we recommend that you make a note of the IP 173.199.129.135 to minimize the chances that a server outage out there in cyberspace could cut you off from the web's premier appliance repair resource.

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In the unlikely event that DNS servers go down and you can't access Appliantology via the domain name (appliantology.org), you can now access the site directly by its IP address: 173.199.129.135

That's a good idea. You never know who's going to screw up DNS by accident or on purpose. I predict a lot more "mistakes" since we gave up ownership of ICANN.  

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1 hour ago, Son of Samurai said:

If you value Appliantology, we recommend that you make a note of the IP 173.199.129.135 to minimize the chances that a server outage out there in cyberspace could cut you off from the web's premier appliance repair resource.

That's a good idea.

You never know who's going to screw up DNS by accident or on purpose.

I predict a lot more "mistakes" since we gave up ownership of ICANN.

 

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