Find your computer’s name and network address on Mac
Leave this field empty. 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.
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These are probably the most common usage scenarios. You may notice that you get non authoritative answers. You can find out which name servers are responsible authoritative for a domain by setting the query type to NS and entering the domain name as shown below: Common Questions Q- Can I use dig instead of Nslookup?
Summary Nslookup is a very handy tool for troubleshooting DNS related network problems.
Your computer has an IP address. Did you know it has a name?
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