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Adjusted name resolutions for host targets

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Curl gives us access to the --resolv feature. Its super handy for making quick name resolution changes for single requests without modifying a hosts file. It is particularly handy when troubleshooting proxy's and load balancers.

Example curl request curl https://www.mywebsite.com --resolv "www.mywebsite.com:443:192.168.255.100"

Is there an equivalent method in firefox to do the same thing?

To be extra clear I do not want to modify the host header. That doesn't help for TLS destinations with certs and subject names etc.

Curl gives us access to the --resolv feature. Its super handy for making quick name resolution changes for single requests without modifying a hosts file. It is particularly handy when troubleshooting proxy's and load balancers. Example curl request curl https://www.mywebsite.com --resolv "www.mywebsite.com:443:192.168.255.100" Is there an equivalent method in firefox to do the same thing? To be extra clear I do not want to modify the host header. That doesn't help for TLS destinations with certs and subject names etc.

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