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whois - npm

whois – npm

whois2. 13. 7 • Public • Published 2 months ago Readme Explore BETA3 Dependencies50 Dependents43 Versions
Node WHOIS is a WHOIS client for
Installation
Global
$ npm install -g whois
Usage
whois [options] address
Options:
–version Show version number [boolean]
-s, –server whois server [default: null]
-f, –follow number of times to follow redirects [default: 0]
-p, –proxy SOCKS proxy [default: null]
-v, –verbose show verbose results [boolean] [default: false]
-b, –bind bind to a local IP address [default: null]
-h, –help Show help [boolean] [default: false]
Local
$ npm install whois
var whois = require(‘whois’)
(”, function(err, data) {
(data)})
You may pass an object in between the address and the callback function to tweak the behavior of the lookup function:
{
“server”: “”, // this can be a string (“host:port”) or an object with host and port as its keys; leaving it empty makes lookup rely on
“follow”: 2, // number of times to follow redirects
“timeout”: 0, // socket timeout, excluding this doesn’t override any default timeout value
“verbose”: false // setting this to true returns an array of responses from all servers
“bind”: null // bind the socket to a local IP address
“proxy”: { // (optional) SOCKS Proxy
“host”: “”,
“port”: 0,
“type”: 5 // or 4}}
Contributing
Contributions are welcome.
License
Node WHOIS is available under the BSD (2-Clause) License.
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FurqanSoftware/node-whois: A simple WHOIS client for NodeJS

FurqanSoftware/node-whois: A simple WHOIS client for NodeJS

Node WHOIS is a WHOIS client for
Installation
Global
Usage
whois [options] address
Options:
–version Show version number [boolean]
-s, –server whois server [default: null]
-f, –follow number of times to follow redirects [default: 0]
-p, –proxy SOCKS proxy [default: null]
-v, –verbose show verbose results [boolean] [default: false]
-b, –bind bind to a local IP address [default: null]
-h, –help Show help [boolean] [default: false]
Local
var whois = require(‘whois’)
(”, function(err, data) {
(data)})
You may pass an object in between the address and the callback function to tweak the behavior of the lookup function:
{
“server”: “”, // this can be a string (“host:port”) or an object with host and port as its keys; leaving it empty makes lookup rely on
“follow”: 2, // number of times to follow redirects
“timeout”: 0, // socket timeout, excluding this doesn’t override any default timeout value
“verbose”: false // setting this to true returns an array of responses from all servers
“bind”: null // bind the socket to a local IP address
“proxy”: { // (optional) SOCKS Proxy
“host”: “”,
“port”: 0,
“type”: 5 // or 4}}
Contributing
Contributions are welcome.
License
Node WHOIS is available under the BSD (2-Clause) License.

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