How to detect a web hosting provider is not an official web hosting provider?

Maxoq

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I mean I want to know a web hosting provider is reselling servers or hosting services but without providing supports or what an official web hosting provider did. How can I check and know that?
 

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Hello Maxoq,
I'm not sure what exactly you're asking.

Are you looking to determine if a web host is reselling a different web host's services?
Or are you looking for a new web hosting provider and you found one, yet they don't provide support for customers?

Would you mind clarifying a bit?
 

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I'm not sure that it really matters... but here are some ideas:

- Check for a business license (LLC, LP, DBA, S/C Corp)
- Check the companies hostnames / nameservers (using whois.com or similar) - this isn't foolproof as anyone can setup any white-label nameservers
- Reach out to their Sales/Support teams and ask if they are a reseller or "official" provider, however, they may not tell you the truth
- Check if they have any ASN's assigned to them - however, again, not necessarily something that all providers are looking to get into. Some just purchase IP's from their datacenter, rather than directly from any IP licensing companies.
 

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You should check reviews on the web for a web hosting provider, the reviews will give you the answer.
 

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There is no point in finding out if the web host has its own data centers or reselling. What you need are best plans and more importantly better support.
 

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check their IP whois, check their ASN, also you can ask them directly about which DC they are using in case they have their own servers colocated somewhere
 
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