Is there a Utility that allows you to use NSLookup and DIG using a
regular Dos prompt?
(Preferably a freebie?)
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Before you buy.
Yes. Go to:
and go to the downloads directory. At the bottom of the page is my DNS
built from the BIND 8.2.3-T6B sources. It contains nslookup, dig and host.
I will support this on NT and Win2K systems but not Win9x systems. They can
probably be made to work on Win9x, but I won't even try.
Quote:>Is there a Utility that allows you to use NSLookup and DIG using a
>regular Dos prompt?
>(Preferably a freebie?)
>Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/
>Before you buy.
When I run "dos prompt" in some of workstation, the operation are quiet
slow. Some applications need 20 second or more to run after typed
input .exe command. But not all the workstations, just some of them.
Can anybody advise what should I do ????
Thanks a lot !!!
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