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Whois services changed radically this year with the introductionof competition at the registrar level in the .com/.net/.orgnamespace and with it the advent of the SRS (Shared Registry System). Find out how to navigate the new whois in your PHP scripts.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. Using PHP classes to navigate distributed whois databases
  2. Overview of the whois landscape
  3. Making sense of it with PHP classes
  4. Overview of Whois2.php
  5. Looking at the pieces
  6. Tying it all together
  7. Conclusion
By: Mark Jeftovic
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December 07, 1999

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Hopefully this article has served a two-fold purpose, first to explainthe new layout of the whois servers in light of newly accredited registrars and the SRS. Second, to demonstrate the rudiments ofusing PHP classes, which lend themselves quite nicely to thediverse and ever-changing situtation we have applied them tohere.

The latest vesion of Whois2.php can be downloaded fromhttp://www.easydns.com/~markjr/whois2/

 
 
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