query NS to see that the NS is serving the correct record information

Posted on 2006-05-01
Last Modified: 2013-12-16
How can I query a spacific DBS server to see if it is goving a correct record an the record it should have slaved from the master DNS server say ns1.
This server is ns2
I need to do this on ns3 and ns4

ns1 is where we set the record up and the other three slave/sync with ns1.

Thank you for your help.
Question by:jbrashear72
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    nslookup <ip of ns server to query>
    nslookup <ip to lookup> <ip of ns server to query>
    dig @<ip of ns server to query> <type of record> <ip/name to lookup>
    dig @ a

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