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Command to find the IP's related Hostname

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Does anybody remember the command you used so when you give an IP you get it's related hostname or if you give a hostname you get it's related Hostname?

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Question by:kevin_ma
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nbtstat -a hostname or ip

that's it
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by:BigC666
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howdy,

or ping -a
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by:tanelorn
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Hi
nslookup is good too..

Tanelorn
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