I NEVER SAID I WAS GOING TO DO THIS, I WAS JUST WONDERING IT IT WHERE POSSIBLE.
Address fe80:0000:0000:0000:0202:b3ff:fe1e:8329 Rule 1 fe80:0:0:0:202:b3ff:fe1e:8329 Rule 2 fe80::202:b3ff:fe1e:8329 ASCII Dec Hex Oct M:A:R:K 77:65:82:75 4D:41:52:4B 115:101:122:113 T:O:M:L:I:N 84:79:77:76:73:78 54:4F:4D:4C:49:4E 124:117:115:114:111:116
If I put in the ASCII above for an IPv6 address, would any of the following Dec, Hex, or Oct be the resultant translation, or would it simply fail? I think it would be kinda cool if it worked. Instead of going to
google.com, you could type
G:O:O:G:L:E and that would always bring you to google's website, even if the DNS root servers were being attacked. Google's DNS service could be
G:O:O:G:D:N:S:2 for their DNS servers that currently work on
184.108.40.206. I'm thinking about this because Anonymous said that they wanted to bring down the internet with this sort of attack.
So, is something like this possible? Would the ASCII I provided turn into an IPv6 address, and if it did, what IPv6 address would it turn into, the Dec, Hex, or Oct version?