NSlookup command-line question
telomere at take.this.out.inconnect.com
Thu Nov 11 23:25:59 UTC 1999
This question isn't strictly a BIND question, but I couldn't find a
better place to ask....
Our company has approximately 200 domain names (no, we're not
cyber-squatters), but lately NSI has been screwing up our NS entries either
on all root servers, or occasionally just on select ones. I'd like to
create a script to check the NS records for each of the domains in a flat
file, checking at least two of the root name servers. However, I am having
trouble with the command-line args for nslookup...
if I'm *in* nslookup, I can say:
and it works. On the command line, I can say:
nslookup -type=NS domain.com ns.our.company.com
and it works. But, if I try:
nslookup -type=NS domain.com a.root-servers.net
It doesn't. Can some kindly soul enlighten me as to what I'm doing wrong?
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