IPFinder will resolve any valid domain name to one or more associated IP addresses.
Please note that while a domain name may resolve to one (or more) IP addresses, the IP address(es) returned may not point directly to the same domain name. This can be seen with Google, as google.com, google.com.au and google.com.br (and likely some others) all resolve to different sets of IP addresses, but entering any of these IPs into a browser will take you to google.com.
IPFinder is released under the GPL v3 licence.
The source code can be found at https://gitlab.com/kenherbert/ip-finder.
Released Apr 08 2014
|Short Switch||Long Switch||Argument||Effect|
|-h||--help||none||Displays help on the command line parameters (console only)|
|-e||--exportpath||string: folder path||The default location to which exported results will prompt to be saved|
|--portableappspath||string: folder path||The folder in which PortableApps browsers are installed|
IPFinder does not support the / switch for command line parameters. You must use the – switch.