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* Do you know what the Linux Host command is?
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The Host command is a simple utility for performing Domain Name System (DNS) lookups. By using the Host command, you are able quickly to find the corresponding IP address for a particular domain name. Additionally, if you desire, you can perform a Reverse lookup and check to which host a specific IP address is linked.
Network administrators benefit from this tool a lot. It comes in use quite regularly.
- To find the IP address of the domain, you should type the following:
You will receive the A record for IPv4 address and AAAA record for IPv6 address.
- To perform Reverse lookup and see the host for a specific IP address, you should type the following:
If you are interested and want to learn more, we recommend you read detailed information about the Host command!