WHOIS.CONF(5) Debian GNU/Linux WHOIS.CONF(5)NAME
whois.conf - alternative WHOIS servers list for whois client
This file contains a list of WHOIS servers which can augment or override the built-in list of the client.
It's a plain text file in ASCII encoding. Each line consists of two fields: a pattern to match WHOIS object identifier and a corresponding
WHOIS server domain name.
Fields are separated by non-empty sequence of space or a tabular characters. A line starting with a hash character is a free comment and
it's not considered.
The pattern is case-insensitive extended regular expression if whois client has been compiled with POSIX regular expressions support. Oth-
erwise, simple case-insensitive suffix comparison against WHOIS object identifier is used.
Internationalized domain names (IDN) must be specified in ascii-compatible encoding (ACE) format.
# Hangul Korean TLD
# Private ASNs
SEE ALSO whois(1)AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Petr Pisa <firstname.lastname@example.org> and is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2
Petr Pisa 9 April 2013 WHOIS.CONF(5)
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whois(1) General Commands Manual whois(1)NAME
whois - Internet username directory service
whois [-h server] name...
The whois command looks up user, host, and organization names in the Network Information Center (NIC) database.
Specifies a whois server other than the default server rs.internic.net.
The name argument can specify the following: The name of a registered user The name of a registered Internet host The name of some other
entity recognized by the whois server By default, the whois command queries the host rs.internic.net.
The operands specified to the whois command are concatenated together (separated by white-space) and presented to the whois the server.
The default action, unless directed otherwise with a special name is to do a very broad search, looking for matches to name in all types
of records and most fields (such as name, nicknames, host name, and network address) in the database. For more information as to what name
operands have special meaning, and how to guide the search, use the special name help.
To display the NIC database entry for the organization osf.org, enter: whois osf.org Open Software Foundation (OSF-DOM) 11 Cambridge Center
Cambridge, MAS 02142
Domain Name: OSF.ORG . . .
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