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Scenario 1: IPv4 only Simple. Scenario 2: IPv6 only Simple. Scenario 3: IPv4 + IPv6 dual stack client AND IPv4 server Client will fetch resources from server using IPv4. Client will hit Google Analytics using IPv6. IPv6 Filtering Conclusion Google Analytics will always abbreviate/shorthand the IPv6 address, so the corresponding filter must also ...


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In life you can take on fights that are not worth the time no matter if you are right or wrong, change IPs and move on, use time in a positive manner forget the fights that that are not worth wasting your time on. If you gonna spend money on legal letters be prepaired to pay more money and time than you will ever hope to get back, roll with the punches be ...


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Not sure, but if it can be used with hostnames instead of IPs, you could use http://www.noip.com/ to get a free Dynamic DNS address, and install the client on your network so that the hostname always has your current IP address. That way, even with a dynamic IP address, you could always reach it by hostname.


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There really isn't much that you can do effectively, besides what has already been mentioned. A legal letter could work, and so could redirecting the IP so something that they wouldn't want to be associated with. You could also try looking at any traffic coming from their domain to see what they are trying to access, if anything.


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Basically, you want to get to a point where your HTML page is the same for all users, regardless of their configuration. This is only really possible if you can apply all of the customisation with javascript. To continue your example, let's say you allow users to customise the background colour of the page, and this choice is stored in a cookie. If you ...



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