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If you want to use nslookup from Powershell, you will have to process the returned result as it is just text. Instead, use Resolve-DnsName Powershell cmdLet. Note that the command will return all DNS records, so the result can be an array of objects. Here is a small example on how you can use it (I replaced your foreach loop with for): for($i=1 ; $i -le 255 ;...


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Business class internet service should be providing a static IPv6 prefix. The address space is easily big enough to provide this for everyone. DNS is the first choice for resolving names to IPs. Consider a DNS updating script, running on a box that knows the prefix. nsupdate, ddclient, something like that. A script to drive that is fairly simple: concatenate ...


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