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How do I find dns aliases with nslookup under windows ?

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1. Larry has extra three Ips with larrya.pc.bp.com, larryb.pc.bp.com and larryc.pc.bp.com DNS entries
• Curly.pc.bp.com points to larryb.pc.bp.com
•bart.pc.bp.com points to larryc.pc.bp.com
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If you are authorized to do zone transfers you can do:

ls -d xxxxx.xxx > zone.txt

where xxxxx.xxx is the domain/zone name, like

ls -d pc.bp.com > zone.txt


In the zone.txt file all of the real names will be A records, all of the aliases will be CNAME records.
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