WHOIS.CONF(5) Debian GNU/Linux WHOIS.CONF(5) NAME whois.conf - alternative WHOIS servers list for whois client SYNOPSIS /etc/whois.conf DESCRIPTION This file contains a list of WHOIS servers which can augment or over- ride the built-in list of the client. It's a plain text file in ASCII encoding. Each line consists of two fields: a pattern to match WHOIS object identifier and a corresponding WHOIS server domain name. Fields are separated by non-empty sequence of space or a tabular char- acters. A line starting with a hash character is a free comment and it's not considered. The pattern is case-insensitive extended regular expression if whois client has been compiled with POSIX regular expressions support. Other- wise, simple case-insensitive suffix comparison against WHOIS object identifier is used. Internationalized domain names (IDN) must be specified in ascii-compat- ible encoding (ACE) format. EXAMPLE \.nz$ nz.whois-servers.net # Hangul Korean TLD \.xn--3e0b707e$ whois.kr # Private ASNs ^as645(1[2-9]|2[0-9]|3[0-4])$ whois.example.net FILES /etc/whois.conf SEE ALSO whois(1) AUTHOR This manual page was written by Petr Pisa <firstname.lastname@example.org> and is licensed under the terms of the GNU General Public License, version 2 or higher. Petr Pisa 9 April 2013 WHOIS.CONF(5)
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