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Keywords: NSLookup Functionality RFC NSLOOKUP DNS
Thanks in advance.
The WinSock extender does most any TCP communications. However some DNS users just use UDP.
I would guess that you can get the SOA record via TCP from a root server. However you need to know the protocol and port number presisely. If you can't use TCP and must use UDP then the WinSock extender will not work.
Try search Yahoo for RFC NSLOOKUP DNS and see what you find.
You gave me exactly the answer I was afraid to get. Haha! Seems like I have to script my own NSLOOKUP down to the bit. This is not a problem ofcourse, but I was hoping for a more quick (and dirty?) way to do this. Any way, thanks for the quick response!
(By the way; I am familiar with the DNS RFC's, no problems there!)
Article ID: W14562
Filename: NSLookup Functionality.txt
File Created: 2017:07:28:13:58:52
Last Updated: 2001:01:03:13:44:26