2570Re: DNS entries
- Sep 6, 2006--- In anti-CED@yahoogroups.com, "John Distazo" <John.Distazo@...>
> On 9/6/06, chloisinthefield <chlobebe@...> wrote:
> > This is for the IT guys who might possibly be able to help me
> >not using
> > Who would a site with the DNS IP address of 18.104.22.168 belong to?
> > It's like this;
> > A. WebForum is run independently using PHP
> > B. WebMaster used Company B to register his site/forum
> > C. Company B registered site using 22.214.171.124
> > D. IP ranges indicate those are reserved for military only
> > E. Site is non-military
> > Could it be possible that Company B registered with Network
> > Solutions illegally? Unethically? Deliberately or ignorantly?
> > Does Network Solutions check their registration material or can
> > Boffo the Baboon register as Colonel Clink?
> > Chlois' inquiring mind wants to know
> > Or point me to some geeked out forum where I can pose these
> > questions. I've already got some answers though still sifting.
> I thought perhaps someone registered with the DOMAIN NAME 126.96.36.199,
> IP address 188.8.131.52. Every time I've tried to go to that IP addythe browser
> fails to find anything. I'll be curious what you find out, this isa
> question for bigger geeks than me....You're right about it not being the IP address. (I meant Name Server
entry) I'm not that completely geekable (though for a gal I know
more than the average woman) so I probably screwed up my phrasing on
what I was asking.
I deleted the message 'cause I thought it would just prove to be too
passe or boring. Some members of this site like to consider me
fluff. <shrug> and you a God, dear John DiStazo. LOL.
Nah, seriously I could email you privately with the real story. It
was quite fascinating to an Infrastructure Architect I personally
know who said he was a bit perplexed at finding such a Name Server
address registered to such a supposedly independent site.
Thus, my inquiring mind has been researching further with people in
(Hey Roger, are you on this list? Has to do with things in your area)
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