dnsip(1) lookup IP addresses


dnsip [ fqdn ]


dnsip resolves fqdn and prints the IP addresses of fqdn on a single line. If fqdn does not exist, dnsip prints a blank line. You can list several fqdns; dnsip prints each result on a separate line.

Normally dnsip exits 0. If dnsip encounters a temporary problem that prevents it from determining the list of IP addresses, it prints an error message and exits 111. The same comments apply to the other programs described here.