ns3.62q.net - websites hosted on ns3.62q.net
In this section Nameservers, you can find the sum of all sites that are hosted on a nameserver address. Note: Not all sites that are listed belong to the same owner, they can use a shared hosting on the same server to be hosted several areas and by more than one owner.
Domain Name IP Address Alexa Rank Country Owner
ugotgames.com - free flash games & free java games
we offer free flash games & java games. we add new addicting games constantly that will keep you amused for hours. 655146 - -
BmxGames.org - Bmx Games 3470109 contactprivacy.com
chucknorrisfacts.info - chuck norris facts 20769381 - Registration Private
2dgames.info - 2d games 10790497 - Registration Private
firegames.info - fire games 3035017 - Registration Private
drivinggame.info - drivinggame 28625240 - Registration Private
bubble games.info - bubble games, and bubble shooter 2767495 - Registration Private
fallinggames.info - falling games 13150675 - Registration Private
catgames.info - cat games 22858173 - Registration Private
breakoutgames.info - breakoutgames 22321280 - Registration Private
brown-games.com - brown games 15243249 - -
FlyingGames.net - Flying Games 3705250 Contact Privacy Inc. Customer
FancyPantsGame.com - Fancypants 5952452 United States -
2playergames.net 2190443 United Kingdom -
Mini Putt Games - Dedicated to flash mini putt and mini golf game 3741940 - -
Note: About nameservers
In computing, a name server is a program or computer server that implements a name-service protocol. It maps a human-recognizable identifier to a system-internal, often numeric, identification or addressing component.
The most prominent types of name servers in operation today are the name servers of the Domain Name System (DNS), one of the two principal name spaces of the Internet. The most important function of these DNS servers is the translation (resolution) of human-memorable domain names and hostnames into the corresponding numeric Internet Protocol (IP) addresses, the second principal Internet name space which is used to identify and locate computer systems and resources on the Internet.