when nslookup doesn't give information

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lilhlfpint

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i wanted to know what i can do to trace the origins of ip addresses which are attacking the firewall. i tried nslookup but received a non-existent domain message. thank you very much.
 
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Use tracert, host, none of which will work anyway if it's a spoofed IP address.
 
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Damn...I almost forgot whois! That might at least give you the domain that was spoofed
 
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