[thelist] Domain questions

Ken Schaefer ken at adOpenStatic.com
Wed Jul 7 09:43:52 CDT 2004


<web.com> is a domain. Whoever currently controls web.com controls
everything underneath that (*.web.com). There is thus no explicit expiry for
individual hosts, or subdomains underneath web.com. The entire domain has a
single expiry date.

Now it appears that the web.com people are selling hosts underneath the
web.com domain. This is a private feature that these people offer - not
something that is part of the public DNS registration system. So, if those
guys provide some kind of tools for displaying all the hosts/subdomains
underneath web.com then that's probably the only tools that exist. (this is
partly speculation, because I can't reach the www.web.com website at the



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "divaone" <lparis1 at nc.rr.com>
Subject: RE: [thelist] Domain questions

: marc: No, not exactly but thanks for a great resource :)
: Stephen: Thanks, but I would like to find websites that employ a *.web.com
: domain name, not a query of any one particular website. In other words, a
: list of sites from alpha.web.com to zeta.web.com. I hope I've done better
: stating this.
: Thanks much,
: divaone~
: -----Original Message-----
: Subject: Re: [thelist] Domain questions
: >I have a couple of quick domain questions. Firstly, I'm looking for a
: >website that tracks soon-to-expire and expired domain names. I'm looking
: for
: >one in particular at which I won a bid months ago. It's not snapnames or
: >domainsbot.
: > [I]s there a way to search for websites under one domain name,
: > i.e. *.domain.com? I am interested to see sites using *.web.com.
: Behalf Of marc:
: I don't think it's the one you want but I just came across this one
today -
: http://www.domain-watcher.com/

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