Set up http://www.the42.net/networkjack/
Point her browser at it. Problem solved?
I drove the Ping, Traceroute, Dig and Whois requirements of a Tier 2/3
Helpdesk with this tool for several weeks - several years ago, I
suppose, but I still have a copy running which I use occasionally when
I'm trapped behind web-only internet access.
On 13/05/12 17:19, Hank Nussbacher wrote: > At 16:57 10/05/2012 -0400, Scott Berkman wrote:
> I am looking for a simple Windows GUI s/w for a secretary to use to do
> whois lookups for IP and ASNs and to easily copy/paste the results.
> Amazing that there is no such beast.
>> I use Launchy (a keystroke launcher similar to GnomeDo, Quicksilver,
>> and it's Runner plugin with some bat scripts that reference the builtin
>> whois DOS/CLI command to create my own.
>> So for example, to look up an IP at ARIN I just hit my hotkey
>> and type arin <tab> <IP> enter. My bat script really just runs
>> whois, sizes
>> the command prompt window, and waits for user input before disappearing.
>> I'm happy to share my scripts off list if you are interested.
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Hank Nussbacher [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>> Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2012 2:49 AM
>> To: email@example.com
>> Subject: Looking for W7 whois freeware
>> I am looking for a Window 7 GUI utility that does raw whois - not the
>> standard domain lookup, but rather allows me to specify and change
>> the whois
>> server I am talking to and allows me to customize the whois search
>> for IPs or ASNs or anything else a whois server will accept, like:
>> "-B -G as378".
>> I know of ezwhois but am looking for something better (for example -
>> don't have whois.ripe.net listed - one can add it but not save it).