What Is the CMD Command to Check DNS Cache in Windows?
To check DNS Cache from the command prompt, use the
ipconfig /displaydns command.
The following screenshot shows the output of the above command:
There is also a PowerShell command to check the DNS cache, which is the
ipconfig /displaydns command works on both CMD and PowerShell. The
Get-DnsClientCache command only works on PowerShell.
To flush the DNS cache, use the
ipconfig /flushdns command on CMD and
Clear-DnsClientCache command on PowerShell.