tinydns-get — query a content DNS server's database file directly
tinydns-get looks up resource records of type
fqdn by directly reading a content DNS server's
data.cdb file, in exactly the same way that tinydns(1) and axfrdns(1) obtain their results from that same file.
It prints the results in a compact human-readable format, the same as dnsq(1).
data.cdb is located in the current directory.
t may be a name or a number.
Currently recognized names are:
addr is supplied tinydns-get simulates making a query from that location; this matters if
data.cdb differentiates among clients in different locations.
a similar tool that makes requests to content DNS servers using the DNS protocol
a tool that makes requests to proxy DNS servers