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Your IP Address: 54.198.118.102

DNS Lookup

Enter Domain Name:

Domain: google.com
Server:		192.185.0.118
Address:	192.185.0.118#53

Non-authoritative answer:
Name:	google.com
Address: 172.217.12.78
Name:	google.com
Address: 172.217.12.78
Name:	google.com
Address: 172.217.12.78



What is nslookup

nslookup is a network administration command-line tool available for many computer operating systems for querying the Domain Name System (DNS) to obtain domain name or IP address mapping or for any other specific DNS record.

The name nslookup means name server lookup. Nslookup uses the operating system's local Domain Name System resolver library to perform its queries. Thus, it is configured automatically by the contents of the operating system file resolv.conf. The nslookup utility is generally considered obsolete from historical and technical point of view.[2] Modern alternatives to nslookup are the host and dig programs. [edit] Usage nslookup operates in interactive or non-interactive mode. When used interactively, when the program is invoked without arguments (another option exists), the user issues parameter configurations or requests when presented the nslookup prompt ('>') in line by line fashion. In non-interactive mode parameters and the query are specified as command line arguments in the invocation of the program. The general command syntax is:
    nslookup [-option] [name | -] [server]
 
Example:
    $ nslookup example.com
    Server:         192.168.0.254
    Address:        192.168.0.254#53
    
    Non-authoritative answer:
    Name:   example.com
    Address: 192.0.32.10

    

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