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Dig Command

Dig is a command-line tool for querying DNS name servers for information about host addresses, mail exchanges, name servers, and related information.

Understanding the default output

The most typical, simplest query is for a single host. By default, however, dig is pretty verbose. You probably don’t need all the information in the default output, but it’s probably worth knowing what it is. for more details click here >> Dig Command

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