When i redirected a single webpage to an address
http://0.0.0, i also found that 0.0.0 is an alias of the network address, but since it is only 3 bytes, this seems to be strange.
Why would chrome and system ping "accept" to use a 3-byte address which then redirect to my network address in-the-browser and get "It works!" because apache took over the my NA also. firefox 8.0 can't handle the same request chrome can and will show up a 400 Bad Request Error status.
I can redirect to 0.0.0.0 using php function header() in chrome with the code