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CWHOIS

CWHOIS

Section: whois client (3) Updated: 2006-11-03
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NAME

CWHOIS - whois client

 

SYNOPSIS

cwhois [-a|-F|-L|-m|-M|-r|-S|-R] [-h hostname] [-s source[[,source]...]] [-T type[[,type]...]] [-i attr[[,attr]...]] keys

cwhois [-t type]

cwhois [-v type]

 

DESCRIPTION

cwhois Simple whois client that gives you back output, compatiable with RIPE DB v2, if you'll ask it to.

 

OPTIONS

-a
search all databases
-F
fast raw output
-L
find all Less specific matches
-m
find first level more specific matches
-M
find all More specific matches
-r
turn off recursive lookups
-S
tell server to leave out 'syntactic sugar'
-R
force to show local copy of the domain object even if it contains referral
-h hostname
search alternate server
-s source[[,source]...]
search databases with source 'source'
-T type[[,type]...]
only look for objects of type 'type'
-i attr[[,attr]...]
do an inverse lookup for specified attributes
-t type
requests template for object of type 'type'
-v type
requests verbose template for object of type 'type'

 

HINT

Please note that most of these flags are NOT understood by non RIPE whois servers!

 

SEE ALSO

Website <http://www.ripe.net/tools/>

 

AUTHOR

CWHOIS was written by Timur Bakeyev <timur@ripe.net>.

This manual page was written by Jan Wagner <waja@cyconet.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).


 

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SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
OPTIONS
HINT
SEE ALSO
AUTHOR

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