Hi there!

This is a general networking problem, I guess...

$fp = fsockopen ($tempUrl, $tempPort, &$errno, &$errstr, 30);
// variables are fine, it works in most cases...
if ($fp)
        fputs ($fp, "GET / HTTP/1.0\r\n\r\n");
        $code = fgets($fp,1024);
        $code = str_replace("HTTP/1.1 ", "", $code);
        $code = (int)$code;
        echo $code;
        echo " &nbsp;<a href=\"" . $url . "\">" . $tempName . "</a><br>";

I just have my code that does an fsockopen on a
webpage. This works just fine, and in most cases
I can extract the error code (404,200 etc.).
But now I experienced the following strange behaviour:
When trying this on a domain that is automatically
redirected by the provider, I just get a 404.
If I adress this site with my browser, I get
redirected and everything works fine.

The url in this case is http://www.gruppe-69.de/
't is redirected by my provider directly to
but my linkchecker thinks it would be dead

Any idea how I can check this, too?

Thanx and cheers,


It's not a bug, it's a feature.
christoph starkmann
ICQ: 100601600

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