8 Linux Nslookup Commands to Troubleshoot DNS (Domain Name Server)

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Ravi Saive

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6 Responses

  1. shree says:

    The commands used to troubleshoot DNS activity are
    a) NSLOOKUP
    b) IPCONFIG /registerdns
    c) IPCONFIG /displaydns
    d) All the Option
    can i get the ans pls

  2. Antonio Guimaraes says:

    Sr Ravi
    Im new in Oracle 11g… a install Centos 6.4 linux in VM VirtualBox 4.2.12 and a could not do de YUM UPDATE… error Canot find a Valid Baseurl for repo base. And also i need know
    what have to do next for istall Oracle 11g ..please help me
    I want learn that….please.
    Thankyou for your time and atencion.
    Antony

    • Ravi Saive says:

      Is your /etc/resolv.conf file has proper dns entries? If no, add your network DNS entries to this file and try again.

  3. sushant says:

    excellent !but i am not getting reply usally if i raise any query ?? :(

  4. MAC says:

    I remember hearing nslookup was going to be depredicated is this still the case. I know dig was pushed before, can anyone give an update.

    thanks

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