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Test DNS Zone Transfer via CMD prompt [Windows DNS Server]

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 Updated March 11th, 2016

Overview

This article describes how to test DNS Zone Transfer via a command prompt.

Environment

  • All IPAM versions

Steps

  1. Open an Admin CMD prompt on the IPAM server.
  2. Run the following commands:
    1. nslookup
    2. server <DNS Server Name OR ip address of DNS server>
    3. set type=any
    4. ls -d <DNS Zone Name> > dnstest.txt
    5. exit
  3. This file will contain a list of the DNS records for this zone.
  4. If this works without error you will have to investigate why zone transfers are not working in IPAM.

 

 

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