query Internet name servers interactively
A command-line tool that allows users to make DNS queries for testing and troubleshooting DNS installations.
The NSLookup tool is used to look up device or host information via the name server. You must enter a device name, not an IP address, to use this function. You must have a DNS server in order to look up network servers.
A common Internet utility like ping and traceroute. Given an IP address or a DNS address, it will look up and show the corresponding DNS or IP address....
A program for determining which IP address a DNS name has been assigned.
Nslookup sends queries to Internet domain name servers. It has two modes: interactive and non-interactive. Interactive mode allows the user to contact servers for information about various hosts and domains or to display a list of hosts in a domain. Non-interactive mode is used to display just the name and requested information for a host or domain.
A command-line tool used to diagnose Domain Name System (DNS) infrastructure. See also: Domain Name System (DNS)
A command used to acquire the IP address of a given domain name, or vice versa.
Name Server Lookup; A UNIX utility used to query Internet domain name servers. An nslookup is usually used to find the IP address corresponding to a hostname. An nslookup may also be used to find other types of information such as CNAME - the canonical name for an alias; MINFO - mailbox or mail list information; MX - mail exchanger information; NS - the name server for the named zone; and SOA the domain's start-of-authority information.
The DIGITAL TCP/IP Services for OpenVMS utility that allows you to interactively query domain name servers (BIND servers) and helps you set up and manage the BIND server software.
The nslookup command can be used in Windows and Unix to find the IP addresses of a particular computer, using DNS lookup. The name means "name server lookup". The most common version of the program is included as part of the BIND package.