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Getting a domain name from an IP address?

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I have a list of IP addresses that have visited my site and I want to know what their domain names are. Is there a way to do this?
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carlarne earned 200 total points
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you can use the command nslookup from the commandprompt in NT.
I belive that you can use the samme comand in UNIX and other system too.
eks: nslookup 195.18.251.39

if you do not want to do this you can write a cmd ( nt command script or some other scripts ) that do this for you.
I have done this for my web site.

Carl

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by:rafistern
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the nslookup command is available in Win95 also, if you have install the network components. (PS a firewall or proxy can give you problems in win95)

Carl.
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