The Reverse Lookup tool will do a reverse IP lookup. If you type in an IP address, we will attempt to locate a dns PTR record for that IP address. You can then click on the results to find out more about that IP Address. Please note that in general, your ISP must setup and maintain these Reverse DNS records (i.e. PTR records) for you.

How to Use Nslookup Command | NetworkProGuide Using Nslookup we can quickly gather a variety of information about DNS. Most people know the basic nslookup command for checking a host name’s IP or IP’s hostname but not many know to use all the other cool features like specifying the DNS server to use or choosing what type of record to query for a given IP and so on. What Is NsLookup? Use Our Online Tool To Query DNS Records The NsLookup tool is functionally equivalent to nslookup on the Unix/Linux command-line. NsLookup queries the specified DNS server and retrieves the requested records that are associated with the domain name you provided. These records contain information like the domain name’s IP addresses.

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IP Whois Lookup - Lookup an IP Address - DNS Checker IP Whois Lookup Tool provides free IP Lookup Service to check who owns an IP Address. Just enter an IP and Lookup IP Address to find which organization or individual owns the particular IP Address.