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    Software to run a "DNS lookup" tool?

    Hello,

    I frequently use a 3rd party utility to do DNS lookups, traceroutes, etc.. and then click the "URL for this output" link and give the link to a customer so they can see for themselves...

    http://centralops.net/co/DomainDossier.aspx

    The problem now is that they have started advertising the "hosting comparison" on this page, and I don't wish to send my customers here any more.

    Can anyone tell me where I can find the software they are using for this DNS lookup tool?

    Thanks!
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    I'm actually looking for software I can host myself...

    (It would only be for our own customers to use.)
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    I'd guess it's custom written software.

    If you're any good at shell scripting, have a look at writing a shell script to call dig and/or traceroute and install it as a cgi script.

    I did something similar myself just recently (a private domain availability checker) and found it surprisingly easy to create a bash based cgi. Google for that and follow the tutorials that are returned.
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    Get a visit to http://www.dnstools.com/ and http://www.dnsstuff.com/ its nice.
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    think most of the sites are just custom coded.
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    I'd suggest starting with the perl Net::DNS module and code your own cgi script.
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    www . mimanet . com -> scripts -> webtools

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    This is also nice one have a look on this network-tools.com
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    centralops.net works good

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    I just came across this today and thought that it could be what you are looking for:

    http://freshmeat.net/projects/nqt/

    Pretty much does everything that page you linked does and is hosted on your own server.
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