How to find all websites hosting on an IP address?

Cheerag Nundlall

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I could not how many websites are hosting on a same IP, do you know any tools or way(s) to find out how many websites are hosting on an IP address, i would know this to check any shared hosting package on the forum.
 

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Tracking IP usages is actually restricted so logically as per me its not possible to track how many websites are using a same IP and Honestly finding such things is waste of time. At a time you can find if an IP is dedicatedly assign to a website but with shared IP usages its just wasting time.
 

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Hi Cheerag,

The way you get this information is from reverse DNS PTR records (turns IP's into names) but these DNS records have to exist and not all domains have them.
If a domain does have PTR records a simple DNS query will provide you with this information. You will be able to get some rough numbers from this technique but it's almost impossible to get exact numbers of how many sites are on an IP.
 
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There is a useful tool called IP Radar. Another way is to find out AS number (unique number of each server provider) in a terminal.

Eg.
1. type ping google.com
2. grab ip (in this case 216.58.201.110)
3. type whois 216.58.201.110
4. find out "OriginAS" and put this number to mentioned tool
 
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There's lots of sites to scan the IP history, basically they just scrape publicly cached information about WHOIS records and DNS data
 

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Good morning,

There is also another tool called ViewDNS which can do it using Reverse IP Lookup.
 
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what panel used?
 

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manoaratefy
I think that guessing what panel is used is not 100% possible. But most web hosting provider can tell it in their websites, and you can guess web hosting provider by nameservers displayed in WHOIS, or by website IP address.
 

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