Why does 'nslookup ls' -work- , try it and see .

Mr. James W. Laferriere babydr at baby-dragons.com
Tue Jul 20 17:44:58 UTC 1999


	I take it that this -may- be a country tld ?  But why the
	heck have such a low (close to '.') actually be a host ?
	Any comments ?    Tia, JimL

lenny:root:/var/named# nslookup -type=ns ls
	Server:  ns1.tpl.lib.wa.us
	Address:  205.134.211.2

	Non-authoritative answer:
	ls      nameserver = DAISY.EE.UND.AC.ZA
	ls      nameserver = HIPPO.RU.AC.ZA
	ls      nameserver = RAIN.PSG.COM

	Authoritative answers can be found from:
	DAISY.EE.UND.AC.ZA      internet address = 146.230.192.18
	HIPPO.RU.AC.ZA  internet address = 146.231.128.1
	RAIN.PSG.COM    internet address = 147.28.0.34

lenny:root:/var/named# nslookup  ls
	Server:  ns1.tpl.lib.wa.us
	Address:  205.134.211.2

	Non-authoritative answer:
	Name:    ls
	Address:  160.124.129.10

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