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Identifying your Hosting Provider
In most cases, however, you should address these requests to your hosting provider. If you have lost your hosting provider's address or address, this guide will help you to find it. For the following kinds of problems, you can consult your hosting provider: Then, we resell (license) this piece of code to single hosting businesses who then resell hosting spaces to single clients.
If the problem you are experiencing is due to an error in our products, you must report it to your hosting provider. On this website, you can browse for a specific domainname to see information about the hosting provider of that domainname. Look for youromainname. Type the name of your Web site for example, com in the Find text box, and then click Find.
And if you don't know your name, browse your record or try to find what you think might be your name. When you see a notification that is not yet registred, you have either not registred the domains, or the domains are not hosting anywhere. Returns Net to verify that the registration is complete.
It is possible to browse for any desired top -level domains, regardless of whether you own them or not. Browse to the Hosting Information section. Browse down until you see the Hosting Information page. In the Hosting Information section, a miniature picture of the master page of the domains is displayed. ID your hosting provider. You should have the following information in the Hosting Information list:
Posted by - The name of the hosting provider. However, because this may not point directly to the hosting company's Web site, we suggest that you use your preferred browser to find the company's Web site instead. If this information includes, for example, the hosting provider as My Hosting Co., Google.com will look for "My Hosting Co." to find your website and contacts.
The WHOIS - A resource for accessing information on registering your Internet Protocol Name. Whilst website owner often use their hosting business to enroll domain names, it is also possible to enroll the domains through a seperate firm from the business hosting the website.