|What is the best way to resolve a domain name? One of the best ways to resolve a domain name is with an IP address Lookup tool. You can get the IP address by typing an IP address in an Internet browser like Google or Microsoft. You can also use the command line tool or a program like "netshark".|
Enter thenslookup command right after you have entered the domain name that you want to resolve. If you don't include any other parameters, then you will automatically enter the non-interactive mode. In the non-interactive mode, the IP address lookups will return results that are similar to what you can see in the "aid" or "ip address" box on your computer. If you want to view the results in an interactive mode, you can click on the IP address in the command line tool, then click on "search". To get the IP address or the name of the domain name that you wanted, this is the fastest way.
If you want to check the value of an IP address against the name of the domain name that you typed, then you need to do it in the interactive mode. In the interactive mode, you can type the domain name and then click on "enter". A pop up will appear and you can see the IP addresses and the names that are associated with them. If you want to view the results in an IP-based research tool, then you can click on the IP address in the netshark or windows password dialog box. To get the IP address or the name of the domain name that you want, this is the fastest way.
Another option for getting the information you need is the use of anslookup command. This command will return a list of all subnets, hosts, and names of servers associated with the domain name. This option will be helpful when you want to conduct a reverse DNS look up. You can also use this command if you want to lookup private or secured areas on the Internet.
The other option that you have is the use of the --help option when you run thenslookup command. There are various parameter options that you can choose from when you run the command in the interactive mode, or non-interactive mode. You can specify the server names that you are looking up, and the names of the types of zones that are used. In addition, you can specify whether you want to display the name of the domain name or the IP address. Also, there are parameter options for you to specify the name of the other computers associated with the domain name. You can specify the port that is used for connections to other computers or servers.
If you want to trace the name of any domain name using the non-interactive mode, then you should use the -help parameter when you run thenslookup command. This will display the help text that is related to the command. In addition, the command is supported by the Windows server as well as by the Linux and the Solaris systems. However, you can trace domain name by IP address using the --help parameter options only if you are using the interactive mode for tracing the names.
Moreover, you can use the --ipv4 parameter options for connecting to the ICQ or MSN messenger for performing the reverse lookup. If you are using the interactive mode, then you can use --host parameter for connecting to other IP enabled computers. For connecting to a domain name of Microsoft, you can use --host parameter options for non-interactive mode. The --ipv6 parameter is also supported for connecting to ICQ and MSN Messenger for performing the reverse lookup. The other parameters that can be used for connecting to different IP enabled computers are --ntp parameter for connecting to the NTTP service for the Windows Networking and --arp2 for connecting to the A FTP server for the Solaris operating system.
Now, you can perform the reverse lookup of a domain name by IP address by typing the domain name at the Search box of the browser. The name of the domain should be entered into the box and you should click on the OK button to start the reverse lookup. When you have typed the domain name in the box and you have clicked on the OK button, you will get the detailed information of the name including the owner's details and the contact details. The detailed report will include the name, address, telephone number, gender and age of the owner of the domain name. There are also some additional information such as the registered agent, office location and email address. These details are enough to get you started in tracing a name.