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How to resolve ip to hostname in a NT network?

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NSLOOKUP <ip_address>

For example:

NSLOOKUP 207.114.128.129


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by:xzhang4
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Sorry for not being clear. In our NT intranet, most machine doesnot have a internet
domain name but only an NT domain name. How do I resolve
ip to NT domain name.
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NBTSTAT -A <ip address>
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