Find hosting provider from a website?

Maxoq

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How can I identify or find web hosting provider name from a website domain? I checked a few websites and they have great load speed, im wondering which hosting providers they used. Is there a way to find hosting provider from a website?
 

garethfrominnzone

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Many web hosting providers use "hosting" in their website domains. However, with client websites, most of them do not display the web hosting company they are working with on their website. The best way to know is to contact the owner of the website. I own web hosting and web design services. Both of these services significantly affect the loading speed of a website. Message me so I can show you how we make page speed faster.
 

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You can sometimes find it via any "Host Checker" then you look up the name of the server on google. However sometimes they have a CDN and you are unable to find out that way. Maybe you can ask the admin of that website.
 

OnaDavney

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In the past I used whoishostingthis and I found it is useful to find hosting from a website or an IP but it could work exactly over 90%
 

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How can I identify or find web hosting provider name from a website domain? I checked a few websites and they have great load speed, im wondering which hosting providers they used. Is there a way to find hosting provider from a website?
You are doing it wrong. Most web hosts have normal response times. 99% of the time it's your website that isn't optimized or your server isn't optimized. If you own a server then you need them both optimized by professionals or do it by yourself if you really can. If you've done it already, and you sure that you did it right, then you can focus on finding a better host.
But what you asked is possible, You can check their IP info using ipinfo.io or nameservers using intodns.com. But if they are using Cloudflare, then you'll probably never find out.
 

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There are lots of ways to determine who is hosting a website.

Many web hosts use websites like: leafdns.com/ or intodns.com to check the nameservers and A record for a domain.

Many times hosts will have default nameservers (for instance, HostGator uses nameservers that end in hostgator.com and GoDaddy uses nameservers that end in domaincontrol.com). You can also lookup the IP for the A record, which will usually point you to where it is being hosted, or at least the datacenter for the hosting company.

Some good sites are also: hostingchecker.com/ or whoishostingthis.com are also tools that will usually point you to where a website is being hosted.

I hope that helps!
 
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