how can i resolve a domain to show all hosts?
swaltner at lsil.com
Tue Oct 23 16:42:51 UTC 2001
To get all entries for a zone, you need to do a zone transfer (axfr
request). This is sometime blocked, so you may get a permission denied
error. You need to do the zone request from a machine that is either a
master or slave server for the zone. Here is how you use either dig or
nslookup for zone transfers and dump the results into a text file called
$ dig bar.com @ns1.bar.com axfr > db-bar.com
> server ns1.bar.com
> ls bar.com > db-bar.com
> Hi all,
> I have a question and I don''t know if it's possible.
> If you have a domain say bar.com is there a way to get all the hosts from
> their NS?
> Such as foo1.bar.com, foo2.bar.com etc...
> And I mean the entire list ;) not just the nameservers....
> I have a domain I need to check for strange entries in their NS, but have
> clue how to do this...
> Oh yeah and what's this operation called? dig? nslookup? resolving? .....
> I have Linux and Windows so if there's a special program involved you know
> what platform I use :)
> Thanks in advance!
> Webmaster of http://www.adsl4linux.nl
> bash: /bin/laden: No such file or directory
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