Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 830578 contains the following summary:
NBLookup is a command line diagnostic tool that uses the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) to send NetBIOS name queries to Microsoft Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) servers. NBLookup requires TCP/IP version 4 to run. WINS servers accept name resolution requests on UDP port 137.
NBLookup runs on the following operating systems:
|•||Microsoft Windows NT 4.0|
|•||Microsoft Windows 2000|
|•||Microsoft Windows XP|
|•||Microsoft Windows Server 2003|
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NBLookup can be run in command-line mode, in interactive mode, and in query list mode. The following table contains the correct syntax for each mode.
|Command-Line||nblookup \[-options\] NetBIOS_Name_to_Query|
|Query List||nblookup -ql input_file \[-qr report_file\]|