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NSlookup is a built-in software that allows you to query domain name servers.
NSlookup commands can be used on most typical OSes like Windows, macOS, and Linux (Ubuntu, CentOS, Debian, etc.). Now you will see what is it, and how to you it?
How to start the NSlookup command?
1. Press Windows key + the letter “R”. This will start the run application.
2. Write “cmd” and press “ok”.
3. Now, you are ready to use NSlookup command. See the examples below.
1. Press the command button + Spacebar button.
2. Type the name of the app – Terminal.
3. Ready to write NSlookup commands.
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Dig command (domain information groper) is a built-in command that you can find in any macOS computer and most Linux distros. You can use it to perform a quick check related to your DNS. See individual DNS records or check a name server from the Terminal app with a simple 1 line command.
It might not have a graphical interface, but you will get all you need in its output.
Here you have 5 dig command examples that will show you how to use it and how the answers look.
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