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LookupIP is a small and easy-to-use Windows utility for replacing numerical IP addresses by the
host’s domain name.
It is mainly intended for webmasters who are looking for a fast and
convenient way to process the logfiles of their Web servers.
LookupIP is small, as fast as your network connection allows, it is free, and the source code is included!
LookupIP has no graphical UI. Though it is invoked from Windows’ command prompt, it is a real 32-bit application, not a DOS program.
The program uses threads to concurrently look up multiple IP addresses. The faster your network connection, the more threads you can use. (But don’t overdo it – most name servers are quite busy.)
The next two parameters control LookupIP’s DNS cache. All host names
are stored in the file dns.txt in the same directory where LookupIP.exe resides. By default, a cache entry is deleted 90 days after the lookup. If the lookup failed, it is deleted after 14 days. (Failed lookups can be caused by a temporary or permanent DNS configuration error, or because the address owner does not allow reverse lookups.)
Both filename parameters are optional. If both are present, input is read from the first and the converted output written to the second file. If only one is supplied, it is used as the input source, while the output is sent to the console. If no filename is given, input is read from the console, and output written to it. This is intended for input/output redirection using “” and “”.
Command Line Syntax:
LookupIP
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Other Parameters:
Input and output parameters (see LookupIP –help):

-i: Read input from stdin

-o: Write output to stdout

-s: The number of concurrent threads to use. 0 means no threads (same as STDIN, STDOUT, -o)

-F: The DNS cache file.

-d: The cache lifetime in days.

-r: The number of attempts to make before giving up.

-D: The IP address range to look for.

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-r URL The URL used for reverse lookups (must be in quotation marks, if URL contains embedded quotation marks). If not given, lookups are made on the current URL.
-r TTL Lookup for reverse DNS entries matching the specified URL using the specified TTL (time-to-live) value, which is optional. If not given, lookups are made for all reverse DNS entries matching the specified URL.
-d DNS Name The DNS host to be checked. If not specified, the local name resolution is performed.
-n TTL Lookup for name entries matching the specified DNS host name (must be in quotation marks, if DNS host name contains embedded quotation marks), using the specified TTL (time-to-live) value, which is optional. If not given, lookups are made for all name entries matching the specified DNS host name.
-d TTL Lookup for name entries matching the specified DNS host name (must be in quotation marks, if DNS host name contains embedded quotation marks), using the specified TTL (time-to-live) value, which is optional. If not given, lookups are made for all name entries matching the specified DNS host name.
-o Output File Where the output of the DNS lookup is stored. If not specified, the output is printed to the console.
-l List Only if you are looking for only name/address pairs. This is the default.
-s Same-size lookups, which are quicker than exact-match lookups. The order of the results is not guaranteed.
-h Display the help text in the console.
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LookupIP is a free and fast utility that replaces IP numbers with the hostname of the IP address owner. For example, “192.168.0.10” will be replaced by “http.cfname.org” in all logfiles generated by Web servers. This feature is mainly intended for Webmasters to quickly process the logfiles of their Web servers. LookupIP is available for Windows 98, NT 4.0, 2000, XP, VISTA, and Server 2003.
LookupIP is usually only needed if you have a fast network connection and want to process a lot of logfiles in a short time. You can directly run it from your Windows command prompt with no need to install any software. (But note that it might take a while to run.) LookupIP is free, it is open source (GPL), and the source code is included!
LookupIP’s logfiles can be configured to exclude some host addresses. The “domains” and “networks” parameters specify the files where host addresses are to be excluded from logfiles.
LookupIP’s DNS cache works like the Windows’ Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) service, and is controlled by a “cache” parameter. LookupIP uses a “fast” and “slow” cache. If you don’t specify a cache, fast cache is used by default. (It might be useful if you do a lot of DNS lookups, and a DNS server for your ISP is slow. But don’t set it to be the only cache.) By default, a cache entry is deleted 90 days after the lookup. If the lookup failed, it is deleted after 14 days. (Failed lookups can be caused by a temporary or permanent DNS configuration error, or because the address owner does not allow reverse lookups.) The cache sizes can be configured using the “cache” parameter.
Cache size: The maximum number of cache entries (bytes) that can be stored in the cache. (An empty cache has a size of 0, and a cache entry consumes one byte.) A cache entry remains valid for 14 days, and is deleted after this period.
Fast cache size: The number of bytes that can be stored in the fast cache. If this number is greater than the maximum cache size, the fast cache will be cleared before the slow cache. (The fast cache is intended to be used with the WINS service or other fast caches for caching.) If the cache size is smaller than the fast

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LookupIP is a small and easy-to-use Windows utility for replacing numerical IP addresses by the
host’s domain name.
It is mainly intended for webmasters who are looking for a fast and
convenient way to process the logfiles of their Web servers.
LookupIP is small, as fast as your network connection allows, it is free, and the source code is included!
LookupIP has no graphical UI. Though it is invoked from Windows’ command prompt, it is a real 32-bit application, not a DOS program.
The program uses threads to concurrently look up multiple IP addresses. The faster your network connection, the more threads you can use. (But don’t overdo it – most name servers are quite busy.)
The next two parameters control LookupIP’s DNS cache. All host names
are stored in the file dns.txt in the same directory where LookupIP.exe resides. By default, a cache entry is deleted 90 days after the lookup. If the lookup failed, it is deleted after 14 days. (Failed lookups can be caused by a temporary or permanent DNS configuration error, or because the address owner does not allow reverse lookups.)
Both filename parameters are optional. If both are present, input is read from the first and the converted output written to the second file. If only one is supplied, it is used as the input source, while the output is sent to the console. If no filename is given, input is read from the console, and output written to it. This is intended for input/output redirection using “” and “”.

Usage:
LookupIP [-i IP] [-d name] [-f file] [-c] [-n] [-s] [-dns] [-h] [-?][-h]
LookupIP [-i IP] [-dname] [-ffile] [-c] [-n] [-s] [-dns] [-h] [-?][-h]
LookupIP [-i IP] [-dname] [-ffile] [-c] [-n] [-s] [-dns] [-h] -h -? Help
LookupIP [-i IP] [-dname] [-ffile] [-c] [-n] [-s] [-dns] [-h] -i IP -? IP Address to lookup
LookupIP [-i IP] [-dname] [-ffile] [-c] [-n] [-s] [-dns] [-h] -dname -? Hostname to lookup
LookupIP [-i IP] [-dname] [-ffile] [-c] [-n] [-s] [-dns] [-h] -f file -? Dns.txt file
LookupIP [-i IP] [-dname] [-ffile] [-c] [-n] [-s] [-dns

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