Changes the query class. The class specifies the protocol group of the information.

For examples of how this command can be used, see Examples.

Syntax

set class=<Class>

Parameters

Parameter Description

<Class>

The default class is IN. The following table lists the valid values for this command.

Value Description

IN

Specifies the Internet class.

CHAOS

Specifies the Chaos class.

HESIOD

Specifies the MIT Athena Hesiod class.

ANY

Specifies any of the previously listed wildcards.

{help | ?}

Displays a short summary of nslookup subcommands.

Remarks

Scripting <optional section>

<Here is where you discuss using the command within a script. You should also provide an FWLink to a specific page in the Script Center, if possible.>

Examples

<Here is where you put a detailed description of your example>:

This /is /the /example

<Here is where you put detailed descriptions of another example>:

This /is /a:"different" /example

Additional references


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