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    OK, I have a friend who has a website that was designed and hosted for him. Well his webmaster quit and he wants me to finish it. I say fine but I need the hosting company so I can upload the files. He has tried to contact the old webmaster with no luck. How do I figure out where he hosted this website? Is that possible? Finding where he bought the domain name was easy. But the hosting company has got me.

  • #2
    Whats the website address?

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    • #3
      OOps sorry...


      http://www.glitzngifts.com/

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      • #4
        Do a lookup on the registration of the domain name.

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        • #5
          Select Solutions, LLC
          http://www.slhost.com/

          Let me double check that though

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          • #6
            Originally posted by battallion14
            Do a lookup on the registration of the domain name.
            This is all I get...

            Domain Name: GLITZNGIFTS.COM
            Registrar: SPOT DOMAIN LLC DBA DOMAINSITE.COM
            Whois Server: whois.domainsite.com
            Referral URL: http://www.domainsite.com
            Name Server: NS1.HOSTINGCREST.COM
            Name Server: NS2.HOSTINGCREST.COM
            Status: clientDeleteProhibited
            Status: clientRenewProhibited
            Status: clientTransferProhibited
            Status: clientUpdateProhibited
            Updated Date: 06-feb-2007
            Creation Date: 08-sep-2006
            Expiration Date: 08-sep-2007

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            • #7
              whois query for 72.249.33.117...

              Results returned from whois.arin.net:

              Colo4Dallas LP COLO4-BLK2 (NET-72-249-0-0-1)
              72.249.0.0 - 72.249.127.255
              Select Solutions, LLC COLO4-SELECT-100906 (NET-72-249-32-0-1)
              72.249.32.0 - 72.249.33.255

              # ARIN WHOIS database, last updated 2007-05-21 19:10
              # Enter ? for additional hints on searching ARIN's WHOIS database.

              Results returned from whois.arin.net:


              OrgName: Select Solutions, LLC
              OrgID: SSL-81
              Address: 3818 Cedar Springs Rd
              Address: Suite 101-5
              City: Dallas
              StateProv: TX
              PostalCode: 75219
              Country: US


              NetRange: 72.249.32.0 - 72.249.33.255
              CIDR: 72.249.32.0/23
              NetName: COLO4-SELECT-100906
              NetHandle: NET-72-249-32-0-1
              Parent: NET-72-249-0-0-1
              NetType: Reassigned
              NameServer: NS1.SLNOC.COM
              NameServer: NS2.SLNOC.COM
              Comment:
              RegDate: 2006-10-09
              Updated: 2006-10-09

              OrgTechHandle: SUPPO164-ARIN
              OrgTechName: support
              OrgTechPhone: +1-214-533-9306
              OrgTechEmail: support@slhost.com

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              • #8
                Dude I think you hit the nail on the head. Giving them an email right now. Thanks!! Owe you a beer or 2!!

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                • #9
                  and if they're using a telnet server i can show you how to hack it easily.

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                  • #10
                    That is only the domain name Registrar.
                    Look at the DNS server.
                    HOSTINGCREST.COM
                    This is most likely where the files are.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Penguin
                      That is only the domain name Registrar.
                      Look at the DNS server.
                      HOSTINGCREST.COM
                      This is most likely where the files are.
                      Registrar: SPOT DOMAIN LLC DBA DOMAINSITE.COM

                      OrgName: Select Solutions, LLC

                      Wouldn't Domainsite.com be the domain name registrar, and Select Solutions be the host? I can't come up with a site for hostingcrest.com?

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                      • #12
                        Move fast, sounds like someone is leaving.

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                        • #13
                          Holy Crap, you guys ARE geeks!!! You have totally blown my impression of Jeepers out of the water! So who here has the biggest pocket protector?

                          My head is spinning.



                          I can't sleep.


                          I thought I geeked out buying a huge satelite to run an ISP for the guys here. I have no idea what I'm doing, but some of the guys help me out. I just paid, and hauled the big dish, someone else did the fancy stuff.

                          It was like reading a foriegn language...and you all understood!


                          Weird

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by 47driver
                            Holy Crap, you guys ARE geeks!!! You have totally blown my impression of Jeepers out of the water! So who here has the biggest pocket protector?

                            My head is spinning.



                            I can't sleep.


                            I thought I geeked out buying a huge satelite to run an ISP for the guys here. I have no idea what I'm doing, but some of the guys help me out. I just paid, and hauled the big dish, someone else did the fancy stuff.

                            It was like reading a foriegn language...and you all understood!


                            Weird
                            Maybe, but flying one of those twin rotors impresses me.

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                            • #15
                              and then some...

                              Originally posted by Penguin
                              Maybe, but flying one of those twin rotors impresses me.
                              Don't forget the part about bringing it back with HOLES in it...

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