I have quite a few domain names which I am planning to develop over the coming months possibly even years. You will probably see me mentioning a few of these throughout the blog as I develop them into a fully functional website, however once they are completed and ready for public consumption you can expect to see them posted here.
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Well this is probably where you could say that it all started off, working as a network technician there are a few sites which are bookmarked on my PC and used quite regularly throughout the working day, such as JustPing and IntoDNS. However when it came to network ports I seemed to be just attempting to recall them from memory or doing a fairly generic Google for “what port is 80”. So I started trawling the internet looking for a simple website that just had a database of the ports, after turning up with some crummy results I decided to make my own, and what port is (dot com) was borne.
It’s what the name says really, it’s a fairly simple service where users can perform a traceroute from their browser to either a resolvable DNS hostname or an IPv4/6 address. Results are displayed in the normal raw format however there are a few other cool features. You will get a GeoIP translated output showing a real world traceroute, also there is a graph for the response averages. I am to add some more features to this over the next few weeks (more likely months). However it’s been a great success so far with over 8,000 unique visitors a week.