DNS Commands for Windows

Windows Command Prompt vs Windows PowerShell

How to Access Windows Command Prompt

Accessing Windows PowerShell

Windows Command Prompt Commands For DNS

Nslookup

Reverse DNS Lookup

Set Command

DNS Record Lookup

DNS Record Command Results — Definitions

  • Responsible mail addr — Represents the email of the domain administrator
  • Serial — This is the serial number of the zone file
  • Refresh — The time a secondary DNS server will take to request new information if a primary server’s serial number has changed
  • Rety — If a primary server doesn’t respond to a request, it will reconnect within this timeframe
  • Expire — Secondary DNS cache expiration time
  • Default TTL — Refers to how long a record is cached before it’s refreshed
how to perform DNS cache

DNS Debug Command

Ping Command

Traceroute Command

DNS Commands for Windows PowerShell

Nslookup — Resolve-DnsName in PowerShell

DNS Record Lookup in Windows PowerShell

Ping Command in PowerShell

Traceroute in PowerShell

DNS Lookup Tool

It’s All in a Shell

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