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Getting WHOIS and DNS information is super easy with our website. Type the domain and check its WHOIS and DNS records with just one click!!

Our WHOIS lookup services are designed to help you achieve convenience and peace of mind. Our exceptional customer service team is here to help guide you through the simple WHOIS setup process, while our private WHOIS database listing ensures your information is protected. You can also use our WHOIS lookup services to find out when that your domain you have your eye on is set to expire, as well as who owns it, if their information is public. Choose Network Solutions for your reliable WHOIS provider.

You can now start a WHOIS lookup directly in your browser! :

Use the format: www.whoislookup.nolimitlogic.com/whois/domainname.com and you'll come directly to our WHOIS results page. Stay tuned for more useful features coming soon to WHOIS!

What is WHOIS?

When you register a domain name, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) requires your domain name registrar to submit your personal contact information to the WHOIS database. Once your listing appears in this online domain WHOIS directory, it is publicly available to anyone who chooses to check domain names using the WHOIS search tool.

There are a variety of third parties who may check domain names in the WHOIS check database, including:

  • Individuals check domain names for expiration dates
  • Registrars check domain names when transferring ownership
  • Authorities check domain names when investigating criminal activity

WHOIS Lookup :

Our WHOIS lookup services are designed to help you achieve convenience and peace of mind. Our private WHOIS database listing ensures your information is protected. You can also use our WHOIS lookup services to find out when that your domain you have your eye on is set to expire, as well as who owns it, if their information is public. Choose us for your reliable WHOIS provider.

You can now start a DNS lookup directly in your browser! :

Use the format: www.whoislookup.nolimitlogic.com/dns/domainname.com and you'll come directly to our DNS results page. Stay tuned for more useful features coming soon to DNS!

DNS Lookup :
The Domain Name System is a hierarchical and decentralized naming system for computers, services, or other resources connected to the Internet or a private network. It associates various information with domain names assigned to each of the participating entities.

The Domain Name System is a hierarchical and decentralized naming system for computers, services, or other resources connected to the Internet or a private network. It associates various information with domain names assigned to each of the participating entities. The DNS lookup is done directly against the domain's authoritative name server, so changes to DNS Records should show up instantly. By default, the DNS lookup tool will return an IP address if you give it a name (e.g. www.example.com)

How DNS Lookup Works :

The Domain Name System, otherwise known as DNS, is a key component of the Internet. To clarify, DNS is the resolution of a domain name to an IP address. Moreover, for those of you who are not aware of how it works read on to learn the basics.

There are two approaches to DNS lookups:

  • The "normal" or forward DNS lookup and;
  • The reverse DNS lookup.

Forward DNS Lookups :

The forward lookup, or simple DNS lookup, is the most commonly used approach to DNS. The forward approach to DNS is simply finding out the IP address of a domain. People tend to find it difficult to remember long strings of numbers. Instead, it's easier to remember a domain name that uses words. However, electronic devices use streams of 1's and 0's to communicate. The only way for one computer to communicate with another is by uniquely identification. The method identification used on the Internet is by IP addresses.

Here are the simple steps for DNS resolution:

  • A user enters a domain name into their Internet browser. (www.whatismyip.com)
  • The computer sends the domain name as a DNS request to the user's Internet Service Provider (ISP).
  • The ISP determines if it has the IP address associated with that name;
  • If not, the ISP forwards the request to other providers in an effort to located the DNS record that contains the data.
  • Once the record is found, the IP address of the domain is returned to the user.
  • Now, the user's computer can communicate directly with the server.

Many people compare DNS to a "phone book", which is an oversimplification of a very complex system. The worldwide web provides the fundamental function of inter-connectivity, which is much more than the telephone relays of before.

Reverse DNS Lookup :

In a reverse DNS lookup, the steps are the same except that it starts out with an IP address and returns with the domain name. In actual reality, this can take a while and when a DNS is unable to find what it needs whether it is a domain name or an IP address, we end up with the screen we all hate that states “this webpage cannot be found”. This is due to the servers being busy or the web browser timing out.


We believe that its customers should ultimately decide how their contact information will be listed in the WHOIS database. When you're ready to register a domain name, consider your WHOIS options before your personal information becomes available to the public.