it creates a mirror; it might bypass the firewall,
depending on how the blocking software is keyed to
--- Jeff Lewis <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> I was sitting here at work (working of course!)
> thinking about how some sites are blocked etc from
> viewing... Is it possible with PHP to do something
> like this:
> Have a page where I can create kind of a middle man.
> I mean the PHP can be hosted on my server, it goes
> to the site I'd want to view (lets say www.php.net).
> It then relays it to my browser but as if it is
> coming from my server. So can it grab the pages,
> temp write them and server them over to me?
> I know it seems kind of strange but I am curious
> about it....
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