Maybe someone can help. In the past you could do a lookup at the 'nic
with /server (Server nic handle) Now you can't. Does anyone have any
Tech Support ICQ: 31020396
It's politics now.
Network Solutions is unilaterally making changes to the Internic services
they offer without any notice or any attempt to publicly consult with
network operators. The only way I can thnk of to address this is the
political route. Start by making a formal request to ICANN
http://www.icann.org for this service and explain why it is needed. Follow
up with a formal complaint to the Department of Commerce in Washington DC
regarding the sudden withdrawal of the service.
Or sit silently on your hands, bellyache with your friends and deserve
what you get. That's how politics works. You have no choice as to whether
you play the game of politics. Your only choice is what role to play.
This is working for me.
net208:~> whois "server puck4-hst"
Aborting search 10 records found .....
Cyberspace Communications, Inc. (CYBERSPACE-DOM) CYBERSPACE.ORG
Cyberspace Communications, Inc. (GREX2-DOM) GREX.ORG
Dead Dog Consulting (DEAD-DOG-DOM) DEAD-DOG.COM
Lunar Network (LUNAR4-DOM) LUNAR.NET
M-Net Inc. (M-NET4-DOM) M-NET.ORG
Pretend Networks (PRETEND5-DOM) PRETEND.NET
TTGCITN Communications (TTGCITN-DOM) TTGCITN.COM
The Association for Clueful People (CLUEFUL3-DOM) CLUEFUL.ORG
Uyema Network (UYEMA-DOM) UYEMA.NET
Web CCB Systems Inc (WEBCCB-DOM) WEBCCB.COM