On Wed, Jun 02, 1999 at 04:55:45PM +0100, Bernard Tyers mentioned:
> > how you can get a domainname out of an IP address (knowing that most IP
> > addresses don't have DNS entries anywhere, though some machine on their
> > network would have ?
> try a traceroute, and then look from that?
> thats how i would do it..
Annoyingly, DCU's routers all seem to block ICMP packets.
> also try looking at the iana site...and se what name (or who) the ip is
> assigned to..also maybe look at the ripe site...
Quickly turning to effort ;)
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