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I am looking for a graphical interface to interogate a local server about the DNS entries it has. Basically I want a graphical dig / nslookup environment similar to Zenmap.

I would also prefer it to be runnable on an Ubuntu desktop.

I want to use it for testing out a DNS server.


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After researching for the nicer application for your question, you changed it 360 degrees. If you want it to run on Linux (and Zenmap does just that), and you want similar to Zenmap, what is wrong with? – user1797 May 8 '09 at 22:28
Zenmap is for penetration testing, not for looking up dns entries. – Brad Gilbert May 9 '09 at 4:32

GResolver is a nice graphical tool for DNS queries for linux and windows.


Try gnome-network

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For Windows you have :

For Linux :


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