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This traceroute tool tries to find out in various ways where each hop along the path is located and visualizes that on a google map. This is done by querring the DNS for a "LOC" (RFC 1876) entry, if that fails, a internal database table is used to determine the location via a regular expression on the hostname. When no entry is found, a whois query on the IP-address is made to determine the location (City Name, Country) and the result is then translated to coordinates with the help of a local database. If even that fails, it falls back to use MaxMind's GeoLight City Database.

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This traceroute tool tries to find out in various ways where each hop along the path is located and visualizes that on a google map. This is done by querring the DNS for a "LOC" (RFC 1876) entry, if that fails, a internal database table is used to determine the location via a regular expression on the hostname. When no entry is found, a whois query on the IP-address is made to determine the location (City Name, Country) and the result is then translated to coordinates with the help of a local database. If even that fails, it falls back to use MaxMind's GeoLight City Database.

In front of the traceroute lines you see a pargraph which represents the rtt (round trip time) of a packet, green is minimum, red is maximum and blue line is the average time. Times over 200ms are not graphed correctly.

At the end of each row you have the georaphical informations the letter in front of the braces is the lookup method that came to a result. "D" stands for DNS LOC, "R" for Regular Expression, "W" for Whois and "N" for MaxMind.

This lookingglass queries the OpenBGPd border router of FreeStone Systems (AS196621).

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Using this DNS tool you can check records how they apear on our local DNS server. The tool used behind is a normal dig command.

Type: Query:
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Here you can query objects in various whois Databases. Supported object types are domain-names of most TLD's, IP addresses and AS-numbers.

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Look up the Vendor of the Card based on any MAC address or auto configured IPv6 address. We check against a local Database which gets updated daily from IEEE.

Ethernet/IPv6 Address:
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Check the reachability of a website via HTTP or HTTPS over IPv4 or IPv6.

URL: (including http[s]://)
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We have developed a small Web-Browser plugin which displays the AS number, IP Address and Country of the Webserver which runs the website you currently visit.

The Plugin runs in Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Internet Explorer. It is not widly tested yet. please contact me if you encounter any problems.

This Webpage uses serval cool opensource components to do it's job:

This service is provided by FreeStone Systems.
If you have any questions or sugestions please contact me at <cramer _at_ freestone _dot_ net>