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I need to get a complete dns record from a dns server. How can I do this.  I have nslookup on my solaris server, but I can not figure out how to get the entire reocord.
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  nslookup
   > ls -d domain

or

   dig domain

(dig is a public domain tool)
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Thanks, that seems to work, except the domain I am trying to get is somehow blocking my request for all info.  Try www.infolane.com to see if you can get all the info.

Thanks

David
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"query refused"  means that what is says,
and dig just reports the public data.

:-|
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