Re: nslookup: unexpected results
Maurizio Marini <email@example.com> writes:
> > edu
> nslookup try to resolve edu (or any othe d1^ level domain)
> appending your default domain to edu:
> edu.aaa.bbb.com does not exist
> So, you have to close edu with a dot:
> > edu.
> and you will get what you expect to get.
No, this is the correct behaviour. See the DNS-HowTo. Here is an extract:
DNS is a hierarchical system. The top is written `.' and pronounced `root'.
Default Server: localhost
Start asking a root server.
> server c.root-servers.net.
Default Server: c.root-servers.net
Set the Query type to NS (name server records).
> set q=ns
Ask about edu.
The trailing . here is significant, it tells the server we're asking
that edu is right under . (this narrows the search somewhat).
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