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find all dns servers in the 2008 forest

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Hi, im trying to list all dns servers in the forest, ad integrated or other. Can this be done with dnscmd?
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try NSLOOKUP command:
NSlookup
Set type=NS
"type your root domain name here"

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Many thanks.
I get a list back that displays domainname nameserver = servername
I get 6 of these listed and the i get another list which gives
servername internet address - ipaddress

whats the significance of the listing internet address to nameserver?
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