[lug] DNS lookup on local network

Dan Ferris dan at usrsbin.com
Fri Dec 22 12:40:00 MST 2006

Are you sure it's not just being a caching name server?

If it's actually authoritative, you can try dig @ip zone.com axfer and 
you'll get the entire zone.  At least I think... :)


Kenneth D. Weinert wrote:
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> I'm sure this has been done millions of times before.
> Since my Linksys BEFSR41v4 router is set up to do dynamic DNS for the
> inside network, what is the established way of getting to its table of
> assigned addresses? IE, basically local DNS.
> A pointer to documentation would be greatly appreciated. I think this is
> a case where either the search results are very noisy and I'm not able
> to see the core, or my vocabulary isn't up to entering the right keywords.
> Thanks.
> - --
> Ken Weinert
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