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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

Yeah, those don't do ALL domains for a given IP. Thanks.

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

So far, nothing quite does it - I wonder if it's possible since different registrars can all point to the same IP with different names... Please keep them coming.

Max, the domain lookup doesn't quite work for me... I only have the IP, I'm looking for the domains. Let me know if you got different results.

Dig doesn't do it, either.

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

What about using a third-party software, such as Whois Web Professional 4.2.

Whois Web Professional is a Windows-based application that runs queries of whois servers to obtain ownership information of Internet domain names and IP addresses.

One of the key features is:

Integrates into Microsoft Internet Explorer to make it simple to ?whois? any domain you are visiting.

http://www.rietta.com/whoisweb/

For only $25, it might be a viable option.

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by Cactus Pete In reply to

Maybe you'll get a higher percentage of the points for multiple postings...

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

An overview of how it's setup in the first place, might provide a clue as to how (or if) you can get the desired information.

http://www.daemonnews.org/200202/multiweb.html

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by Cactus Pete In reply to

You did the most work, so it's only fair.

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

Are you seeking a WHOIS for just ONE domain name? Like a complete URl, or do you wish to search an IP for all attached domain names?

THe latter can't be done from what i am told. O whis is just provides primary registration info, which can be extremely inaccurate at best.

I am still attached ot several Whois searches where I am no longer related to the owner in any way, even after they repeatedly asked for changes, when resubscibing to the domain name, some were changed right away, soem remain unchanged.

Also, a clinet that changed it's primary domain is still showing it's former domain, 2 years later, again after resubscribing.

Whois searches, to me, are just not worth the keystrokes.

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by Oz_Media In reply to

If you are just going to test Whois Web Pro 4.2 for private use and if it works cough up the dough, go for a keygen. If it works, buy it. You can never trust a sales rep these days, may as well see for yourself fist.

AstalaVista has a bunch. shhhhhh.

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by Cactus Pete In reply to

No need. It was a one man dev shop. Got the guy off hours and asked for a sample - he was at least nice about it.

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

Max, thanks again.

I'm looking into this software you suggested. The feature I need is disabled in the trial version - of course. So I guess I'll haveto call them to check it out. Maybe I'll just split with my $25 and get it to try it...

All of my servers run off of the same IP, too, so I understand how it's done... :)

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