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How to find domain name by IP address in local network?

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The firewall blocks requests from the address from the local network, I would like to know the domain name to determine what kind of computer.
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Via command line
nslookup X. X. X. X
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does not work( says non-existent domain
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For IP address you need to specify the reverse zone on DNS, then the IP address can be read the contents of the rear area and get a domain.
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and how to do it?
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for A. B. C. D
nslookup D. C. B. A. in-addr.arpa
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But if the problematic host for some reason was not registered in DNS, or is there a manually created record that contains irrelevant/incorrect information?
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Try on a host in the same LAN segment, where interest address X. X. X. x:
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\rnbtstat.exe -a x.x.x.x
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