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Get Host Name from IP Address via VB

Posted on 2000-04-28
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I want to us IP's that I have in a table, to find out what their host names are.  Can I do this in VB.  I then want to put the result into another table with the IP address I originally used.
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Try AspDns - does dns lookup and reverse lookup.

http://www.serverobjects.com/products.htm#aspdns
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I need to do this from within access. I am looking to use IP's from one database and load another database with the results via visual basic.
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I might be wrong, but to my knowledge: This component is contained in a DLL which will register nicely on your computer and be available from your VB project just as easily as from a VBScript project.
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This points was probably wrongly givven to me? I don't know if mawhinney will like this :-))
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