I'm trying to test for IP ranges to open in a firewall, for connection to a provider's web site.
They have many servers and, if you connect thru different PCs you get redirected to one of them.
There seems to be some memory held somewhere that will redirect you to the same server if you connect from the same PC with the same user.
I'd like to be able to go to the site from 1 PC over and over and collect the IP addresses with a packet reader, but there appears to be something that needs to be flushed out each time.
Is there a command line process that can reset this, so that the web site does not recognise the request as being from the same source?
(I don't want to wait a week for the provider to send the IP addresses to me)
Allowing a Fully Qualified Domain Name thru the firewall does not work.