My networking knowledge is fairly limited. I know more than the average person, I’m sure, but when I start talking to people who are true network engineers, I realize very quickly that my knowledge is pretty cursory.
I had a need recently to get the host name from a windows server. I only had the IP address available. I was told about nbtstat, which allows you to request NetBIOS information from the IP address. I’m sure it’s useful for much more than that, but this was my immediate need.
Its usage is as follows: nbtstat -a ipaddress