What is a purpose of entering the nslookup cisco.com command on a Windows PC?

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What is a purpose of entering the nslookup cisco.com command on a Windows PC? 1Administrator Staff asked 4 months ago
37. What is a purpose of entering the nslookup cisco.com command on a Windows PC?

  • to check if the DNS service is running
  • to connect to the Cisco server
  • to test if the Cisco server is reachable
  • to discover the transmission time needed to reach the Cisco server

Explanation: The nslookup command queries DNS servers to find out the IP address or addresses associated with the domain name cisco.com. A successful result indicates that the DNS configuration on the PC is functional, and also indicates the IP address for the domain name being displayed. The command does not try connect to the actual Cisco host directly.

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