set query=ns    mx txt 

nslookup [<-SubCommand ...>] [{<computerTofind> | -<Server>}]
finger [<UserName>] [{[>] <FileName>|[>>] <FileName>}]
{help | ?}
ls [<Option>] <DNSDomain> [{[>] <FileName>|[>>] <FileName>}]
lserver <DNSDomain> 
server <DNSDomain>
set <KeyWord>[=<Value>]
set all    (outputs vurrent settings)
set class=<Class>
set [no]d2
set [no]debug
set [no]defname
set domain=<DomainName>
set [no]ignore
set port=<Port>
set querytype=<ResourceRecordtype>
set [no]recurse
set retry=<i>Number</i>
set root=<i>RootServer</i>
set [no]search
set srchlist=<i>DomainName</i>[/...]
set timeout=<i>Number<i/>
set type=<ResourceRecordtype>
set [no]vc
view <FileName>

^\ to quit

Please see:

NSLookup Query the DNS for resource records
let the mouse cursor rest in any box to see a description


query server
  port timeout (ms) 

no recursion

advanced output

query class
all classes
INternet CHAOS HeSiod

query type
all types
A Address
AAAA IPv6 address
NS Name server
CNAME Canonical name
SOA Start of authority
WKS Well-known services
PTR Domain pointer
LOC Location
NXT Next domain
HINFO Host info
RP Responsible person
AFSDB AFS database
X25 X25 PSDN address
ISDN ISDN address
RT Route through
TXT Text strings
NULL Raw data record
MAILB Mailbox-related records
MB Mailbox domain
MG Mail group member
MR Mail rename domain
MINFO Mailing list info
MX Mail exchange
NSAP NSAP address
NSAP-PTRNSAP-style pointer
SIG Security signature
KEY Security key

SRV Location of services
NAPTR Naming authority pointer
KX Key exchange delegation
GID Group ID
UINFO User info
PX X.400 mail mapping info


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