This tools help
you to control and manage your domain name:
raw log access.
Download your raw log files to your own computer software
for analysis.You may use your web site's raw log file with a third-party log analyzer
to generate statistics in any manner you like: if you would like to gather
more information from your log files and/or display it in a different format than
that which is provided by our log analyzer, then you may wish to use a third party
tool to analyze your site's raw log files.
NetRegister maintains 3 seperate log files on each domain name. These log files
contain valuable information on who is visiting your website, referral information,
errors encountered by visitors on your account, and FTP transfer information.
Below is a table which outlines each log files and its purpose:
Files on www.yourdomain.com...|
each hit to your web server||/logs/acc_yourdomain.com|
any errors encountered on your web server||/logs/err_yourdomain.com|
extensive information on every FTP transfer session ||/logs/xferlog|
Your raw log files
found in the /logs directory are automatically moved at midnight of the first
day of every month. Finally, you can also have reports automatically e-mailed
to you when your statistics are updated. The raw log file for your web site may
be obtained from the Domain Control Panel.
After walking a site you might want to examine the error
table to find out if there were bad links or otherwise unaccessible documents.
Select this service if you wish to view the last 500 row errors for your web server.
The results will automatically open in a new window. Note: this utility will only
display the most recent number of lines (500). To view older information, you
will need to download your log files via domain
control panel. Your
Apache access_log and error_log, and your FTP xferlog are all reset at midnight
on the first day of every month. What this means is that we move all of your monthly
data to an old gzip compressed logs and clear your logs for the new month.
The webserver grabs all of the information possible about
everyone who visits your website and appends this information to a single webpage
in reverse chronological order. This information includes visitors' date and time,
their IP address and the URL requested.
server contets removal
This procedure removes the whole contents of your
web site (if you have web hosting on NetRegister) and/or the Welcome Page of your
domain. It doesn't remove web sites at other service providers. Use this procedure
if you want to put your web site on a new environment.
server contents removal
This procedure removes the whole contents
of your ftp site (if you have web hosting on NetRegister) included "Anonymous"ftp
and reserved area (private workgroup).
Do you want to clear the contents of your Email
because you received too large Emails and now you download them with difficulty?
In your domain control panel click on "Tools" link (if you have the
Additional Service) and all your Emails will be cleared. Warning! It is not possible
to restore the Emails contents.
Stats contents removal
This procedure removes the whole contents
of the Web and Ftp graphical traffic reports. Only a new report processing can
produce new data.
Server Historical raw logs removal
This utility removes the web
server historical raw logs that are created by NetRegister every month. So the
disk space will be reduced and the historical stats will be cleared (it will be
necessary to clear the graphical reports too).
You can empty the access raw logs and the error raw logs
used by the web server. The graphical reports values will be initialized every
Mail Form module
This utility permit you to install a module (form mail) in the homepage of your site so customers can send you mail forms directly from the web.
You can setup e-mail message header and footer and format fields.
With this utility you can install an access counter in any page of your web site.
Setup the counter number and click on install button in tour Domain Control Panel.
Use NameServerLookup to display the name server information about a domain. The output shows the IP address of the domain, its DNS servers, and mail exchange records.
If the lookup request was not successful, an error message is printed.Possible errors are:
- No response from server. No name server is running on the server machine.
- No records. The server does not have resource records of the current query type for the host, although the host name is valid.
- Non-existent domain. The host or domain name does not exist.
- Connection refused
- Network is unreachable. The connection to the name or finger server could not be made at the current time.
- Server failure. The name server found an internal inconsistency in its database and could not return a valid answer.
- Refused. The name server refused to service the request.
This program is intended for use in network testing, measurement and management. Because of the load it can impose on the network, it is unwise to use ping during normal operations or from automated scripts. Ping verifies that a particular IP address or host name is live on the Internet. Ping is used diagnostically to ensure that a host computer you are trying to reach is actually operating, and how long it took to reply. Also useful for finding the IP number of a named host. With ping test you can:
- Verify if the remote host is connected to the Net
- The reply time of the remote host
- The bandwith traffic to the remote host
- The lost packets
When using ping for fault isolation, it should first be run on the local host to verify that the local network interface is up and running. Then, hosts and gateways further and further away should be 'pinged'. Round trip times and packet loss statistics are computed. If duplicate packets are received, they are not included in the packet loss calculation, although the round trip time of these packets is used in calculating the minimum/average/maximum round trip time numbers. When the specified number of packets (10) have been sent (and received) a brief summary is displayed.
Ping will report duplicate and damaged packets. Duplicate packets should never occur, and seem to be caused by inappropriate link-level retransmissions. Duplicates may occur in many situations and are rarely (if ever) a good sign, although the presence of low levels of duplicates may not always be cause for alarm. Damaged packets are obviously serious cause for alarm and often indicate broken hardware somewhere in the ping packet's path (in the network or in the hosts).
The TTL value of an IP packet represents the maximum number of IP routers that the packet can go through before being thrown away. In current practice you can expect each router in the Internet to decrement the TTL field by exactly one.
Warning: Sometimes ping test do not work for the presence of firewalls or protocol (icmp) restrictions on remote hosts.
This tool provides the facility to traceroute to remote ip address (ie. 220.127.116.11) or hosts (ie. www.netregister.biz), via a connection onto the NetRegister.IT (AS28831) backbone. This tool is provided to help diagnose network problems. The length of the network connection is indicated by the number of routers in the path. Useful for finding the cause of the delay when getting a slow (or no) response from a web site.
Traceroute sends a packet of data to the host you specify in the traceroute query and tracks progress along the way; tells you the hostnames of the routers which connect our network to the destination host; reports the time (in milliseconds) a packet takes to get through each router along the path. If traceroute return a * is because the remote node/host do not reply to our queries.
Warning: Not all servers/ip can reply to traceroute queries if a firewall or other protocol restrictions are present.
http://www.traceroute.org has pointers to other traceroute and looking glass resources.