- The nslookup query in the screenshot above is run in Putty through which I'm logged into the DNS server as a root user, basically I'm running a DNS query on a DNS server itself, querying it's own IP. If someone could clarify it a bit, it's really confusing.
- May 20, 2020 · A quick and easy way to troubleshoot DNS issues is through the nslookup command. The nslookup is a built-in command-line tool available in most Operating Systems. It is used for querying the DNS and obtaining domain names, IP addresses, and DNS resource record information.
- The host aliases are definately in DNS, as I can perform nslookup's on each hostname and and they all return the same IP address. The only difference is when I do a nslookup on the primary hostname it just returns the IP, whereas when do perform an nslookup lookup on an aliases, it returns the primary hostname, ip address and an additional ...
22rte engine for sale
Coleman rechargeable lantern 5348h700
Gmu 140 public land
Dell precision 7540 legacy bootRandom number and letter generator
Excerpts from we commonlit answersSaint galentine novena
Liftmaster 3280 partsAntifoulant msds sheets
Jeep grand wagoneer 2022 dimensionsPart 121 operations manual