Hi everyone, I have a question about how secury my reverse bind/dns server. Today I have the following scenario: allow-transfer { clients; }

How to Find Out What DNS Server You Are Using May 19, 2020 How to use Nslookup in Debian – Linux Hint Nslookup or name server lookup is a tool used by network administrators to find the hostname, IP address or other DNS records such as MX records, NS records, etc. It is often used to fix DNS related issues. In this article, we will explain how to use Nslookup to query different types of DNS records.

I am trying to make a script that will ping an IP address and tell you the name of the server it is pinging. It works.mostly. I cannot seem to figure out how to make Linux (Ubuntu more specifically) to display the dns domain suffix that is set inside of the "resolv.conf" file. if I type "hostname" at a command prompt all I get is "ubuntu01"

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Solved: NSLOOKUP can't find server but DNS is fine Within the network there not any trouble locating and accessing remote systems, so DNS works. But NSLOOK up doesn't: $ nslookup *** Can't find server name for address Server failed *** Default servers are not available but this isn't true (I think): tcpip …