This bash example should print all the hosts from You could edit the IP address lines to suit your network, perhaps. I still need to put the correct lines in at the top of the db. They do it manually.
The host command performs an extensive DNS lookup for whatever domain it's How to Change DNS from Command Line of Mac OS X. Dig (on Mac OS X and Linux) and At the command prompt, type the following command. For example, the following command performs a DNS lookup on the .
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Skip to content. Can u help me? To monitor DNS you may use my script. This might be silly… but I have to ask! No that is actual reverse entry.
Our IP was changes some time ago. To get desired output try host Hi Vivek, for reverse lookup, do i need to provide domain name or hostname of my server to my isp from which i got public ip?
I'm running arp -a in my terminal and I'd like to get the hostnames of the LAN devices. On macOS I guess you will have to run nslookup on each entry returned by arp -a table. Listen now.
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Active 1 year, 1 month ago. Viewed times. I made some research and can't find a solution, I'm starting to think this is not possible.
Marie Dm. Marie Dm Marie Dm 1, 1 1 gold badge 16 16 silver badges 31 31 bronze badges. If so, just add that to the host command host x. If not, then by definition there's no way to do it. Thanks you put me on the right track, I found a solution. I found a way thanks to gordon-davisson who set me on the right path.
I parse the response to get the name displayed at the end. Side note: it still doesn't display the LAN host-names with arp -a after that. Ok, now I'm curious why that DNS server isn't being used by the system resolver.