6 Web Hosting Tools For Analyze Web Servers

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1. DNSstuff


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2. Who is Hosting This?


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5. SamSpade.org

5. SamSpade.org

SamSpade.org is quite like WhoIs.com but provides a nicely detailed information. You can check who is hosting a particular website by just typing in its domain name or IP address. It also provides you information like contact information, name servers and domain expiration date etc.

6. GeoTool

6. GeoTool

Geotool is a great tool that provides you the ability of checking where all online businesses (from Amazon to any small business) have their hosting located. Information like details of the city where the server is located, IP Address, ISP and the region of the server can be found out easily and instantly. It is quite significant information as websites should always have their servers situated at the place from where most of their traffic comes from.


You should definitely try to get as much information as you can about about how a web host is performing as it is very important. Many other good web hosting related tools are also present out there — you can also try them too and choose the one that suits your needs the best.

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  1. Dave says:

    I want to know who is hosting http://www.whoishostingthis.com/ as their site has been down for hours now!

  2. Jo Dooddy says:

    Those are indeed some really cool and useful tools!

  3. Dzinepress says:

    ultimate tools i think and also recommend to my friends who handling their own hosting accounts.