Install nslookup on Linux

In this tutorial, How to install nslookup on Linux. nslookup is part of the bind-utils package. The package bind-utils is not yet installed on Linux, then you type nslookup command not found on Linux.

To install nslookup on Linux, you need to install the dnsutils package, which contains the nslookup utility. The process for installing the package can vary depending on the Linux distribution you are using. Here are the commands for some popular distributions:

Install nslookup on Linux

Install nslookup on Linux

Install nslookup for Centos

[vagrant@DevopsRoles ~]$ sudo yum install bind-utils
Install nslookup on Linux

Install nslookup for Ubuntu

Use apt-cache to search the package for nslookup command.

[vagrant@DevopsRoles ~]$ apt-cache search nslookup

The result found 2 packages that are related to nslookup.

dnsutils - Clients provided with BIND
libnet-nslookup-perl - simple DNS lookup module for perl

so install nslookup

[vagrant@DevopsRoles ~]$ sudo apt-get install dnsutils

Once the installation is complete, you can use nslookup from the command line.

[vagrant@DevopsRoles ~]$ nslookup x.x.x.x


Through the article, You have to install nslookup package on the Linux System as above. I hope will this your helpful. Thank you for reading the DevopsRoles page!

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