I forgot to make a comment on the Web Page. It has not content yet, but what makes me shudder is that it seems to be a SUN running NetScape Enterprise Server (retailing for 1295 $US these days?) when Apache is available free of charge. And of course ancient sendmail 8.6 just waiting for somene to hack. In message <[log in to unmask]>, Jeff Cochrane writes: > Tracing route to slnews.sierratel.sl [188.8.131.52] > over a maximum of 30 hops: > > 1 3 ms 3 ms 3 ms c209-135-238-65.kivex.com [184.108.40.206] You can feed unix traceroute output into the tracemap, and get pix back, which I did in http://mids.alexa.com/test/tracemap/slnews.sierratel.sl/2/index.html 220.127.116.11 of course falls under RIPE and Sprint as can be seen with a whois [log in to unmask] [bsdbase.ripe.net] % Rights restricted by copyright. See http://www.ripe.net/db/dbcopyright.html inetnum: 18.104.22.168 - 22.214.171.124 netname: STEL-SL descr: FIRST FLOOR, NORTH WING descr: FREETOWN country: SL admin-c: RP135-RIPE tech-c: RP135-RIPE changed: [log in to unmask] 960712 source: RIPE person: REGINALD PRATT address: FIRST FLOOR, NORTH WING address: FREETOWN address: SL phone: +232 22 225727 fax-no: +232 22 224439 nic-hdl: RP135-RIPE changed: [log in to unmask] 961105 source: RIPE el -- Dr. Eberhard W. Lisse\ / Swakopmund State Hospital <[log in to unmask]> * | Resident Medical Officer Private Bag 5004 \ / +264 81 124 6733 (cell) 64 461005(h) 461004(f) Swakopmund, Namibia ;____/ Domain Coordinator for NA-DOM (el108) Vice-Chairman, Board of Trustees, Namibian Internet Development Foundation, an Association not for Gain. NAMIDEF is the Namibian Internet Service Provider.