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Dig II Connected: An Internet Encyclopedia
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Dig II

Dig II Try out Dig with the Web form below. Use some of the demonstration queries, and then make up some of your own. Lookup the IP address of your local host. Track how this information is obtained by disabling recursion and demanding authoritative answers (Dig options +norecurse and +aa), which renders caches effectively invisible.


Dig, the domain information grouper, is a tool that sends DNS queries to servers and prints the replies. I think most network engineers find it more useful than nslookup. The Web form below uses Dig to make DNS queries. Dig is available as part of the Bind distribution.

Domain Name: Class:
Nameserver: Type:
Recursion Enabled Authoritative Answer Only


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