[Air-l] serve the server
Ted M Coopman
coopman at u.washington.edu
Sat Jun 10 13:52:42 PDT 2006
Thanks, this is a great tool.
It appears to be an easy way to get the name of the server and the date first seen, which is a clue as to when the site went live. As far as location goes, it has the nameserver and the nameserver organization as well as a designated nationality.
Of course the question is, is there a relationship between the server owner and the server location?
Ted M. Coopman
Department of Communication
University of Washington
On Fri, 9 Jun 2006, Jeremy Hunsinger wrote:
> usually i use netcraft.com for this.
> On Jun 9, 2006, at 6:08 PM, Ted M Coopman wrote:
>> Hello All,
>> I was wondering if anyone knew how to ID the server or general
>> server location (either by city, state, region, or nation) of a
>> particular website? Server names can sometimes be found via whois,
>> but I am looking for a way to find server locations without trying
>> to contact admins.
>> Ted M. Coopman
>> Department of Communication
>> University of Washington
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