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adig

Prints information received from Domain Name System (DNS) servers.

TLDR

Display A (default) record from DNS for hostname(s)

$ adig [example.com]
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Display extra [d]ebugging output
$ adig -d [example.com]
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Connect to [s]pecified DNS server
$ adig -s [1.2.3.4] [example.com]
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Use specified TCP port to connect to DNS server
$ adig -T [port] [example.com]
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Use specified UDP port to connect to DNS server
$ adig -U [port] [example.com]
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