|IP From Domain Name|
There are five common questions about domain names and IP you may have:
For the first question, who owns or is currently using this IP, see IP lookup services
For the second question, finding the IP given the domain name, you need an DNS (Domain Name Service) lookup service:
For the third question (who owns this domain) use one of these whois services:
You might think it sufficient for to check if a domain name is taken to simply point your browser to www.xxxxx.com and see if you get a 404 not found error. However, the name may be taken, with no webserver set up, so the name would appear to be free when it was actually taken.
For third question (where is the domain located) use one of these IP locator services:
|Ways of Finding Your Face IP|
|Your face IP :[ 184.108.40.206]||Your face IP is displayed at the bottom of every page of this website. I do this with SSI (Server Side Includes).|
|IPchicken.com||tells your face ip and which ports you have open. They also tell you your face name, e.g. your URL (Uniform Resource Locator) on the web, possibly temporarily assigned for your connection. It might look something like this S0106991195576dda.gv.shawcable.net or d207-81-138-97.bchsia.telus.net That is not my real one. I don’t want to encourage hackers.|
|checkip.dyndns.org:8245/||Offers many other services as well.|
|WhatIsMyIPAddress.com||has many annoying ads you must close to discover the answer.|
|—||—||In a Servlet you can use javax.servlet. ServletRequest. getRemotePort().|
Available Applet is a whoIs that tells you if a server is available/up. It also tells you the IP given the host or the host given the IP.
WhatIsMyIP has a number of IP tools for programmers.
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