Question about Facebook Social Network
How can i unblocked this website at school
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How to Unblock Facebook at School
Open the Command Prompt on your computer at home (Windows). You can start the Command Prompt from the Start menu. You may not be able to access the command prompt from school, so try this at home first.
Make note of the IP address. Once the Ping command has run, you will see a series of numbers next to facebook.com in the results. The IP address is four groups of up to three numbers each. Write this number down, including the periods, and take it to school.
Enter the IP address into the browser address bar at school. Press ? Enter to visit the site. Some older blocking systems only block the name and not the IP address, so you may be able to access the site this way.
OR: METHOD 2
Method 2 of 4: Using a Proxy Site
1. Find a list of proxy sites on your computer at home. A proxy is a server that you connect to that allows you to get "outside" of your network. A proxy is also useful because all the work is being done through the browser, so the method works regardless of your computer's operating system.
3. Try the first site on your list on your school computer. If the site is blocked, try the next one.
Method 3 of 4: Using Your Phone as a Wireless Hotspot
1. Check that your phone can make a hotspot. You will need a smartphone with tethering enabled through the carrier. Many plans in the US allow tethering automatically, though some require paying for the feature to be enabled.
3. Open the Portable Hotspot/Tethering section. If you can't open this section, then your plan does not support tethering.
7. Connect your phone to the computer via USB if it doesn't have wireless. After connecting your phone with tethering enabled to the computer via USB cable, you should be able to select it by clicking on the network icon in your system tray (Windows) or menubar (OS X).
8.Visit the Facebook website on the computer. Now that your computer is connected to your personal network, you should be able to visit any site without restriction (as long as your personal data plan does not have any restrictions in place).
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