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DNS command

What is DNS command to resolve name using a different DNS server than the one your machine is set to? Thanks
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Thomas N
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Thomas N
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Ned RamsayNetwork Operations ManagerCommented:
Do you want it permanent or temporary?

nslookup does temporary DNS for testing.

e.g.

NSLOOKUP

SERVER DNS1.TEST.COM
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Ned RamsayNetwork Operations ManagerCommented:
Otherwise:
Start
Control Panel
Network and Sharing Center
Change Adapter Settings
Right Click Adapter > Properties
Select "Internet Protocol Version 4"
Click Properties
Under "Use the following DNS Server Addresses" change the IP to the one you want to use.
Click OK
Click OK
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Thomas NSystems Analyst - Windows System AdministratorAuthor Commented:
temporary for testing purposes
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Ned RamsayNetwork Operations ManagerCommented:
Yeah so temporarily as I posted above:

start
run
CMD
nslookup
server DNS1.testing.com
(it should say default server DNS1.testing.com or whatever you set here)

--- now just type the place you want to lookup e.g. google.com and press enter.
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