FW: Check your ip

From: Ben Grodsky <grodsky_at_mediadefender.com>
Date: Thu, 7 Jun 2007 10:19:10 -0700

Ben and Jay,
 
my IP from Verizon DSL at home was 71.119.248.30 in February and is 71.119.249.2 now: same A.B. and the C. is next door to the one I had before. :( But looking at the total IPs people in the office have at home (as they responded to my Quova survey in February), we could get good IP distribution by using people's home resources. How could we use people's home resources? Software? Hardware? Ty's old pro-fo could probably be resurrected with just some database updates, but I'm more concerned about how to help our BT situation. Think about what we could do and Steve and I will try to figure out how to do it and convince Octavio/Randy to let us pay people for use of that IP, bandwidth, etc (we probably could get them to authorize $50/month).
 
MD employees' home IPs:
68.183.138.24
69.108.138.64
69.111.83.254
69.234.1212.134
69.235.200.80
69.235.217.62
69.235.82.188
69.239.49.80
71.103.150.15
71.106.105.118
71.106.220.246
71.119.248.30
71.134.9.119
75.22.58.115
75.5.10.39
75.80.16.33
75.80.50.199
76.168.53.125
76.169.244.186
76.171.153.131
76.172.75.212
76.80.0.11
76.80.114.15
76.80.53.134
76.81.61.216

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To: Ben Grodsky
Subject: Re: Check your ip

71.119.249.2

--- Ben Grodsky <grodsky_at_mediadefender.com>
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