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Maybe there is an easier way, but when I want to know the IP of a center, I get a command line (Run, command in Windows) and use the tracert command. The IP of the website shows right up. for example:
I'm sure there is an easier way...
as billys said tracert is one way of finding out your current DC.
remember that your data center can change continously so you may not be looking at the same data center every time you search.
if you use (Win xp/nt/2000):
it will give you anything up to three data centers that are currently being juggled by your DNS (Domain Name Server).
to find out which server is being used for the cache hover your mouse over the cached link.
What operating system are you using?
it's good to know some of these are test centers as the data usually doesn't roll out on all of them but it definately helps b/c many times i'll see changes rolling on different datacenters here that may be days before it actually happens. ;-)
Searg - Thats the perfect tool you've suggested. Comprehensive info!
And Thanks - BillyS diddlydazz, this ping trick also worked out well.
In February, one of our PR6 sites just vanished away from Google - though its back again now. I'm actually wondering why did it happen all of a sudden, as this is our main site.
Can it be possible due to Data Centres or there may be some other reason?
Any help on this is highly awaited. Thanks in advance!