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Resolve IP to ALL domains registered

By Cactus Pete ·
As you know, one IP address can carry many domains on its back. How do I get a list of all possible domains registered to a single IP?

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by Cactus Pete In reply to Resolve IP to ALL domains ...

Point value changed by question poster.

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by maxwell edison In reply to Resolve IP to ALL domains ...

List Domains:

http://www.winscripter.com/WSH/ADSI/49.aspx

List parked domains:

http://webhost.page-zone.com/list_parked_domains.htm

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by maxwell edison In reply to

Displaying the Domain List:

To display the list of all Domains served with your server.......


http://mail.mideastchem.com/Guide/Domains.html#Display

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by maxwell edison In reply to

Domains (in general):

http://mail.mideastchem.com/Guide/Domains.html

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by Cactus Pete In reply to

Thanks for trying.

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by Oz_Media In reply to Resolve IP to ALL domains ...

Well... a good question!

I spoke to a friend who is an engineer for a busienss ISP here on the island. He said "not that I know of, I'll ask around but I doubt it."

Obviously this would be a specific security measure to create invisible domains.

So unles si hear otherwise, I have never heard of it, and neither has a local ISP, but as i say, they focus on business security so perhaps they configure differently than another residential provider would.

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by Oz_Media In reply to

Sure, Max finds TWO right away.

I don't think parked domains would work though and the other I suspect just lists domains on the NT server it resides on.

I don't run a server that would like that script, so I can't test it on an IP I had in mind that I know has several attached to the same address, two being supposedly hidden.

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by Cactus Pete In reply to

Not what I needed, but thanks for chatting.

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by Cactus Pete In reply to Resolve IP to ALL domains ...

Allow me to expand...

As a "for isntance", there is an IP address that someone in my firm is visiting. Let's call this address 69.28.158.82 ...

nslookup for this IP shows cdn-69-28-158-82.iad.llnw.net

But that is not what the user is typing that directs them to this IP address. If I knew what the user was typing (something like www.mediasite.com) I'd be able to figure out who was going there and also determine if it was business related or not.

But This I haven't been able to do yet. It's not AD related, it's not a hidden domain - it's a virtual domain, quite different.

Please keep them coming!

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by jdclyde In reply to Resolve IP to ALL domains ...

Here are a few sites that do the search by IP address. Not sure if they will work on the scale you are looking for.

http://www.mse.co.jp/ip_domain/index_e.shtml

http://www.dnsstuff.com/

If using *nix, have you tried the "dig" command?

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