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Re: OT: certain ip ???





Hello Paul,

Already checked it with whois weeks ago.
I know this feature with whois . . .
you can do it from xterm too, with:
 whois <ip-address>   or
 whois <website>

Its strange that it runs over Amsterdam and then is
ending in the gulf of guinea (check out with program
geotrace; available on sourceforge.net)
This is not my provider, who usually should administrate
my e-mail account . . . (?!)

> whois.ripe.net
> ripe looks after European IP addresses.
> 
> What to you mean by "occupied the email-server"?

I mean, my provider is not behind this e-mail-server
any more with his ip-addresses  . . .
instead it is diverted over Amsterdam leading to gulf of guinea
with 193.0.0.135 ????

 
> Paul.
> On Sat, 17 Aug 2002 18:24, * wrote:
> > Hello dear Linuxers,
> >
> > Sorry for this Off Topic question, but will not do it often.
> > Does anybody know what is behind 193.0.0.135 ???
> > Is this a satellite or something else ?
> >
> > I tried to trace it back a bit, and it ends in the gulf of guinea.
> > (with geotrace)
> >
> > It seems that this ip has occupied the e-mail server at my provider
> > and knows each time, when I am online and when not . . . though this
> > ip-addy is not my provider . . .
> >
> > I checked anything through. There is no trojan or rootkit on my puter.
> >
> > nmap in order to try to find out, who is behind , fails, cause it is
> > filtered.
> >
> > This striking ip-addy was not there in the beginning. In the beginning
> > were only the ip-addies of my provider. One day this striking one popped
> > up continually, after checking with whois . . . trying to spoof and to
> > hide behind the provider addies . . .
> >
> > For feedback tuvm.
> > Tino.
> >
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