Submit a ticketCall us

Get a crash course on Network Monitoring delivered right to your inbox
This free 7-day email course provides a primer to the philosophy, theory, and fundamental concepts involved in IT monitoring. Lessons will explain not only how to perform various monitoring tasks, but why and when you should use them. Sign up now.

Home > Success Center > Engineer's ToolSet (ETS) > Engineer's Toolset Administrator Guide > List of tools included in Engineer's Toolset > DNS Audit > Interpret DNS Audit results

Interpret DNS Audit results

Table of contents
No headers
Created by Aileen de Lara_ret, last modified by Aileen de Lara_ret on Jan 11, 2017

Views: 4 Votes: 0 Revisions: 2

Consider the following when interpreting DNS Audit results:

  • The first column of the user interface provides the scanned IP address.
  • The Reverse Resolve column provides the DNS name, if the IP address resolves using reverse DNS.
  • The Reverse Resolve column contains red text <no reverse DNS response> if a response is not received.
  • The Forward Resolve column contains nothing if reverse resolution fails (forward resolution is not attempted).
  • The Forward Resolve column contains <did not resolve> if there was a failure of the forward resolution attempt.
  • The Forward Resolve column contains a red IP address if the forward resolution to an IP address is different than the originally scanned IP address.
 
Last modified
01:04, 11 Jan 2017

Tags

Classifications

Public