ARIN is easy to use. Go to [whois.arin.net...] Enter an IP address Follow the "Parent" link if needed Follow the "Organization" ID link Go to the "Related networks"
4:47 pm on Sep 26, 2012 (gmt 0)
Thanks for the suggestion, unfortunately ARIN-WHOIS which I had been using since 1996, does not function for me on IP searches and regardless of browser.
I use another registrar for IP searches.
Some name searches will function for me, however only if I've the correct netname.
I'm not the only one that has ARIN-WHOIS difficulties, others in this forum will express the same frustration. Until about two years ago, even subnet searches were allowed at ARIN-WHOIS with the results listing all sub-classes of a range.
5:04 pm on Sep 26, 2012 (gmt 0)
Search results for: > 4.1.
12:40 pm on Sep 27, 2012 (gmt 0)
trasher, Don't recall when the last time was that I attempted using ARIN-WHOIS for IP, however it has functioned yesterday and this morning.
However part of the issue in the past was that it would work one day and not afterwards.
Thus I'll wait and see if the functionality continues. Thanks.
BTW, tried the previous subnet search I listed and it failed.