The Host command is a tool with a command-line interface for Domain Name System lookups. You can use it straight from the Terminal application because it is typically pre-installed on Linux-based and Unix-based OSes. Linux Host command can give you different information for the host, IP addresses, DNS records, and check name servers. Learn how to use the Host command!
What does DNS mean?
Domain Name System (DNS) is the infrastructure that makes the Internet experience for humans as simple as it is in these days. Its functionality is enormous, but to start, it has in its foundation the database with all existing domain names and the IP addresses that correspond to them. Read more information about the Domain Name System!