System Administration Guide: IP Services

How to Display IPv6 Name Service Information

In this procedure, you use the nslookup command to display IPv6 name service information.

  1. On the command line, type the following command:

    % /usr/sbin/nslookup

    The default server name and address appear, followed by the nslookup command angle bracket prompt.

  2. To see information about a particular host, type the following commands at the angle bracket prompt:

    >set q=any
  3. To see only AAAA records, type the following command at the angle bracket prompt:

    >set q=AAAA
  4. Quit the command by typing exit.

Example—Using nslookup to Display IPv6 Information

%  /usr/sbin/nslookup
Default Server:  space1999.Eng.apex.COM
> set q=any
> vallejo
Server:  space1999.Eng.apex.COM
Address:      IPv6 address = fec0::9256:a00:fe12:528      IPv6 address = 2::9256:a00:fe12:528
> exit