/me bows
I'll tell you how to dig, too, which I told SR a while back. Here it is:

Code:
[pergesu@baggio pergesu]$ dig -t AXFR secure.net @ns2.secure.net

; <<>> DiG 9.2.1 <<>> -t AXFR secure.net @ns2.secure.net
;; global options:  printcmd
secure.net.             86400   IN      SOA     ns1.secure.net. hostmaster.secure.net. 2002123000 10800 3600 604800 86400
secure.net.             86400   IN      NS      ns1.secure.net.
secure.net.             86400   IN      NS      ns2.secure.net.
secure.net.             10      IN      MX      10 mail.secure.net.
secure.net.             10      IN      A       161.58.2.116
sl102.secure.net.       86400   IN      A       192.41.0.102
smtp.secure.net.        10      IN      CNAME   mail.secure.net.
localhost.secure.net.   86400   IN      A       127.0.0.1
news.secure.net.        86400   IN      A       192.41.0.5
...
...
...
5000b.secure.net.       86400   IN      A       192.41.1.2
ftp.secure.net.         86400   IN      CNAME   secure.net.
sundance.secure.net.    86400   IN      A       192.41.1.8
sl100.secure.net.       86400   IN      A       192.41.0.100
sl101.secure.net.       86400   IN      A       192.41.0.101
secure.net.             86400   IN      SOA     ns1.secure.net. hostmaster.secure.net. 2002123000 10800 3600 604800 86400
;; Query time: 1040 msec
;; SERVER: 192.220.125.10#53(ns2.secure.net)
;; WHEN: Wed Mar 26 18:31:07 2003
;; XFR size: 67 records

[pergesu@baggio pergesu]$