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    Smile Reverse IP Check

    how can I do a reverse ip check to a domain or box in order to know what websites is hosted on that box ?

    I need a linux COMMAND not solving it using a website.

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    By the way I do not mean doing this:
    nslookup 75.126.43.235

    This shall not give me a complete list of websites on the BOX !!!

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    But, being on a "grassy knoll" in Dallas, Texas............. with your trusty Winchester .308 to your cheek?

    OK a Bausch & Lomb 3-9x variable?

    Should be good?

    You did say 75.126.43.235 didn't you

    Texicans............. living proof of those stories about Red Indians and Buffalo?
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    Quote Originally Posted by nihil
    But, being on a "grassy knoll" in Dallas, Texas............. with your trusty Winchester .308 to your cheek?

    OK a Bausch & Lomb 3-9x variable?

    Should be good?

    You did say 75.126.43.235 didn't you

    Texicans............. living proof of those stories about Red Indians and Buffalo?
    Blah Blah Blah, nothing new from u. By the way, I can give u an IP of a BOX and I swear to GOD u can not do anything man.

    And as I said if u have an answer put it, if not plz go home

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMSiS
    how can I do a reverse ip check to a domain or box in order to know what websites is hosted on that box ?
    You can't...
    Oliver's Law:
    Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it.

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    Blah Blah Blah, nothing new from u. By the way, I can give u an IP of a BOX and I swear to GOD u can not do anything man.

    And as I said if u have an answer put it, if not plz go home
    here have another red

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    I need a linux COMMAND not solving it using a website.
    There isn't one AFAIK. I may be misunderstanding the requirement but it sounds as if you are talking about a "tool", "application" or "utility".

    I have seen programs that will parse a website and extract all the links. That would still leave the issue of whether the link was just a page, or another site?

    I am also not sure how you could determine whether the site was actually hosted there, rather than just being linked.

    Decent security precautions should prevent access to that sort of information I would have thought, unless you are an administrator?

    What exactly are you trying to achieve? There may well be web development, maintenance or management tools out there that meet your requirements?
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    If you are trying to find out what your own site's IP is and don't know it, your hosting company should be able to give it to you.

    A reverse DNS service will give you the domain name, but that's the same as nslookup. Have you tried looking up the IP of the domain name you are looking for?

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    ReMSiS, read up on how virtual hosts work on a webserver. Then you'll know the answer.
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