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Hey guys, We want to install a Perl WHOIS module on our UNIX servers, but we need to find out what version of WHOIS it is using. The WHOIS on our UNIX box does not give the data for some of our domains, for example:
whois trac.org : : No match for "TRAC.ORG". : :
However, if you go to http://www.networksolutions.com/cgi-bin/whois/whois and type in trac.org, it gives me the complete info on the nameservers.

Also, is the one for networksolutions.com the same as the one on whois.internic.net, which has changed to

http://www.internic.net/whois.html

Therefore, I want to know if any of Perl's WHOIS modules use the networksolutions version. And if not, is the internic one just as good? Thanks!

Robert


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