dnsq — query a content DNS server using the DNS protocol
dnsq looks up resource records of type
fqdn by making a Domain Name System request to a server at
It prints the results in a human-readable format, more compact than the dig(1) output format.
s is expected to be the IP address or domain name of a content DNS server, and the request is marked as non-recursive.
t may be a name or a number.
Currently recognized names are:
Note that if you want to perform a zone transfer you should use axfr-get(1), not dnsq [axfr].
a similar tool that makes requests to proxy DNS servers
a tool that makes direct queries against a content DNS server's database