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    Junior Member rocka's Avatar
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    How to know the hosting company of a website?



    Is there any way to find out who a large site is using for hosting? I am little bit curious are other peoples too?

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    check the DNS records , get the IP of the website and make whois search for that IP and you may be able to find the details you are looking for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RH-Calvin View Post
    check the whois details of the website or IP address.
    whois: http://who.is ; http://whois.net
    ip details/hosting provider: http://myip.ms ; http://intodns.com ; http://dnsinspect.com

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    The website 'Hostadvice' also has a free tool which shows which company is hosting a given website, but I don't know if it gives 100% accurate results.

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    I had been used Godaddy and never face any problem with their services.

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    What are the renewal terms and fees? Know that if you are a first-time subscriber, you will likely sign up at a discounted rate that the changes when you renew your contract – make sure that you know the full ramifications.

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