With DNS Tran you can lookup IP addresses in your server log file, replace them with the correct domain names and compress the log file for long term archiving, all in one step.
DNSTran will work with any log file format. When used with Analog it can be 50 times faster, or more, than Analog alone at doing DNS lookups.
DNSTran for Macintosh requires OpenTransport. On the Macintosh, DNSTran reads a log file named 4WebSTAR.log4 by default, and writes a compressed copy of the log file with DNS names replacing IP addresses named 4WebSTAR.log.gz4. The log file must be in the same folder as the program and must have that exact name. It is also possible to use Drag and Drop or AppleScript to translate any log file located anywhere on your machine.Please read the documentation for more information.
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