Quick DNS Check

Last week I had to install a WordPress network (50 IP + 50 NDD) with domain mapping, and I was faced with a vicious problem.

Indeed, the domain names all had a completely different DNS configuration, .fr, old domain, parked domain, domain pointing to another hosting, their only common point was to be all registered to OVH.

There I said cool, I will be able to do all of a sudden, but at OVH we do not practice Bulk Action 🙁

So I started to check the DNS configurations of the domain names one by one (twitting at the same time because eh!) And I realized that a few had the right configuration.

To save time, I, therefore, looked in the doc PHP a magic trick and I found “dns_get_record.” I said to myself without it will spare me at ease 150 clicks, too bad if I spend, I’m sure I’ll get back to you, and I’ll know where to go.

So here’s a bit of code that will allow you to quickly check the HTTP status and DNS (actually the A field and NS fields only) of a domain list.

If you do not have a WPMU to install with domain mapping, you can always use this tool to check if your sites are accessible and disconnected 😉

I pass my hand to Bertimus, thank you for this tribute!

Beunwa, breeder of bots

PS: I thought about feigning, you can put deep pages with or without HTTP in the interface work anyway.
PS2: If you do not have php5 or phpcurl it will work much less well (in fact it will not work at all)
PS3: Bertimus provides support: D

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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC “-//W2C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN” “http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd”>
<html xmlns=”http://www.w2.org/1999/xhtml” dir=”ltr” lang=”fr-fr”>
<head profile=”http://gmpg.org/xfn/11″>

<title>Quick Dns Check</title>
</head>
<body>
<?php
function getUrl($url){
$ch = curl_init();
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_URL,$url);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_MAXREDIRS, 10);
curl_setopt($ch, CURLOPT_HEADER, 1);
$res = curl_exec( $ch );
$info = curl_getinfo($ch);
$error = curl_error($ch);

$pattern = “#META http-equiv=[‘|\”]Refresh[‘|\”] content=[‘|\”][0-9]+;url=(.*?)[‘|\”]#si”;
if(preg_match($pattern, $res, $loc)) {
$url = $loc[1];
}else{
$url = $info[‘url’];
}
/*if(stristr($theRes, ‘XML-RPC server accepts POST requests only.’))*/ return array($res, $info, $url, $error);
}
if(isset($_POST[‘txt’])){
$tab = preg_split(‘#(\n)#’,$_POST[‘txt’]);
foreach($tab as $u){
$u = trim($u);
if(substr($u, 0, 4) != ‘http’) $u = ‘http://’.$u;
$u = parse_url($u);
$url = $u[scheme].’://’.$u[host];
$proc = getUrl($url);
$status = $proc[1][‘http_code’];
echo ‘<br /><br />’.$u[host];
$dnscheck = dns_get_record($u[host], DNS_A + DNS_NS);
if(count($dnscheck) == 0){
echo ‘<br />Allo Houston on a un gros problème. AUCUN enregistrement DNS<br />’;
echo ‘Si c\’est un domaine en .fr il faut regarder du coté de l\’AFNIC, dans tous les cas du coté de votre registrar<br /><br />’;
continue;
}
if($status != 200){
echo ‘ : code http : ‘.$status.’ ‘.$proc[3].'<br />’;
if(count($dnscheck) > 0) echo ‘<br />Si l\’ip A vous semble valide alors il va vous falloir chercher du coté de la configuration de votre serveur WEB<br /><br />’;
//print_r($dnscheck);
}
foreach($dnscheck as $d){
$type = $d[type];
echo ‘<br /><b>’.$type.'</b> ‘;
if($type != ‘A’) echo $d[target];
else echo $d[ip];
}
}
}

?>
<h1>Quick Dns Check</h1>
<p>Collez votre liste d’url dans le champ texte ci-dessous et cliquez sur Go (homepages ou page profonde avec ou sans http)</p>
<form action=”” method=”post”>
<textarea name=”txt” style=”width:300px;height:300px;”><?php echo $rt; ?></textarea>
<input type=”submit” value=”Go” />
</form>
</body>
</html>

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Expired Domains: Earning Money In Lazy Mode?

Do you know that an expired domain name can bring you comfortable passive income?

First of all, let me define what I mean by passive income:

It’s about creating online income from automation tools that allow you to create transactions without the need for a real-time presence.

 

In simpler terms, passive income is obtained by installing tools that generate traffic (visits), which themselves will bring clicks, sales, subscriptions. All without having to intervene directly online the site. I mean, of course, real traffic, real sales.

I, therefore, use a (daily) selection of expired domain names to create a diversified set of income and help with SEO.

An expired domain can:

Be placed on hold (“parked”) with automatic content generated by platforms like SEDO, NAMEDRIVE or WHYPARK, simply.

Of course, if the domain has the past (which is the case of expired domains that I find), it is even better since we gain traffic thanks to the links still existing.

Serve at the launch of a new site with a 301 redirect from the old domain.

Be developed in an “automatic” way. The best solution is ” auto blog .”

It installs some plugins in a WordPress. We find ourselves with a site that will grow on a regular basis without touching it (the articles are published daily without human intervention), and visitors who click on Amazon, eBay, and other links will bring us commissions. It can also be used as backlinks for SEO purposes.

As you will have understood, I “practice” these three tracks and this brings me back rather nice revenues without having to follow very closely these sites. You don’t have to worry about the SEO rankings of these sites as well.

Do you want to do the same? See the side of NDX: expired domains.

Edit following the pertinent remark of Papilouve: This article was written by Bernard, one of the co-contributors of the iPad 2.

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