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Is there a way to limit the information returned? Or do I have to filter the output myself?
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Skip to content nslookup is a network administration command-line tool available for many computer operating systems. Nslookup can be use in interactive and non-interactive mode. To use in interactive mode type nslookup at the command line and hit return.
You should get an nslookup command prompt. Using Nslookup To illustrate the use of nslookup we are going to use it to: Find the IP address of a host.
Find the domain name of an IP address. Find mail servers for a domain.
It will output the name serves which are associated with the given domain. You can find all TXT records configured for any domain using below command.
How could we improve this answer? Find all posts by mercy. In this case, it's usually wise to create a default virtual host with a ServerName matching that of the base server. Forum Rules. Many thanks in advance :confused: 3 Replies.
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