I would like to know the answer too. Anyone here know what is the right answer to your question. I'll do some research and get back to you if I bump into an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably could assist you..
Fancy seeing you here! How do you ever get any work done, so busy answering everybody elses questions..
Ok - so that tells me what it is, next question is can I kill it with the session id spider killer. I have tried using jeteye and jetff in my spider.txt file but neither appears to have nailed it. Any other suggestions..
Also, is this a brand new beast or has anyone else heard of it. There seems to be very little info on google. Would I be right in guessing that as you cannot use there iPage site without logging in their information would be used to power other search engines?..
They're owned by a company called Hurricane Electric which is (despite the name) an ISP for business users. I suspect this is their own search engine. The bot is actually called JetBot so I would try that in spiders.txt..
I'm only surfing here at the mo' because a iPage site I need to use for my own work is down at the present time..
Thats great, thanks for the info Rhea..
(btw, how you getting on with running oscommerce locally?)..
See this thread.
Working fine on my Desktop, but still not working on my laptop, same error as the poster of the thread. Will try out the suggested solution and see if that allows Xampp to get up and running..
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Not sure if I've posted this in the correct category but I was wondering if anyone has come across a spider called Jeteye?.
It is showing up in user tracking as.
IP Address: 188.8.131.52 / 184.108.40.206.
I did a quick google search for jeteye and it appears to be a search engine for which you need a username and password to access but there was no information about how you registered!!!!!.
I am intrigued..
Any ideas, and should I be letting it bound around my OScommerce site? It has been there about 48 hours now and has clocked up a shopping cart worth about 7.5G.... I just hope it makes it through to the checkout stage!.
Any info about this would be very welcome..
"JetBot is JetEye's Web crawler. Our robot identifies, retrieves and stores Web documents to build a searchable index for the JetEye search engine. What follows below are answers to frequently asked questions about how we collect pages, why certain entries show up in Web server logs and options available to you as the Webmaster or iPage site owner to increase or decrease crawling on your site. ".
It seems they adhere to the Robots exclusion policy, so your robots.txt file should prevent them spidering parts of your iPage site you don't want them to..
Alternatively, add them to the spiders.txt file..