Reverse IP Lookup & Domain DNS Check at – Who Shares Your IP Address on Shared Hosting

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Check Who's On Your IP With

Have you ever wandered why your shared hosting website loads so darn slow? I know I have! And a good reason why, is that your hosting company has overloaded its servers with hundreds of other accounts and forced everyone’s page-load times into the toilet.

But Don’t Worry, there are a few websites out there to help you gather information about this sort of thing. Today we are going to showcase a website called myIPneighbors. You simply go to their website and type in either your domain name or your IP address….THAT’s IT! In about 3 seconds, you’ll know how many other domain names share your IP!

Here we are going to search for a friend’s website, LDU

myIPneighbors Search for

myIPneighbors Search for

And here are the results…

Results for LDU

Results for LDU has the IP address:
and 981 other domains found with the same IP.

Oh yeah, I should probably mention that this FREE service is brought to us by this Southern dude located in Charleston, SC and his website is: Also, if you like his FREE service, you might think about donating via the PayPal button on his site.

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2 Responses to “Reverse IP Lookup & Domain DNS Check at – Who Shares Your IP Address on Shared Hosting”

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