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getting a location from urls Answered

does anyone know how to find where an url is from.I dont need details but a country is fine. I have been looking at viewable cameras but the never say where they are from, just the url.

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LinuxH4x0r
LinuxH4x0r

13 years ago

72.249.66.26 is instructables ip. (linux/ unix type ping website.com in a command line)

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joejoerowley
joejoerowley

Reply 13 years ago

no, I meant what is the url to the site he is looking at. Wow, i feel kind of stupid.

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Goodhart
Goodhart

Reply 13 years ago

Oh no, sorry, that was my mistake. I assumed too much; sorry.

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joejoerowley
joejoerowley

Reply 13 years ago

oh no. You know just as well as I do how many people that don't know what a URL is on this site. Last year in math class we convinced our math teacher that URL stood for "Universal Retard Locater" and he totally believed us. It was great. And we asked him to sign a petition to try to make URL stand for something else. Oh wow. That was funny.

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maninamousesuit
maninamousesuit

13 years ago

you done it again....I just typed in the number into sam spade whois and it told me the camera was a school in lichenstien. Goodhart your blood is worth bottling! thanks heaps

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maninamousesuit
maninamousesuit

13 years ago

sorry guys..I mean the number thing like 193.5.27.52 I dont know what the bugger is called

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Goodhart
Goodhart

13 years ago

a whois normally works

Go here Sam Spade WhoIs , enter the URL and enter, then click on the URL path number and that should do it.

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joejoerowley
joejoerowley

Reply 13 years ago

yeah I like Sam Spade Whois. Works well for me.