DNS LOOKUP

Use this DNS lookup tool to easily view the standard DNS records for a domain.

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A Record

A Record: DNS host record, stores a hostname and its corresponding IPv4 address.

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AAAA Record

AAAA Record: Stores a hostname and its corresponding IPv6 address.

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CNAME Record

CNAME Record: Domain Name System which maps one domain name to another. When a DNS client requests a record that contains a CNAME, which points to another hostname, the DNS resolution process is repeated with the new hostname.

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NS Record

NS Record: Name Server : DNS server is authoritative for that domain. A domain will often have multiple NS records which can indicate primary and backup name servers for that domain.

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SOA Record

SOA Record: Start of Authority record : A type of resource record in the Domain Name System containing administrative information about the zone, especially regarding zone transfers.

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TXT Record

TXT Record: Type of record that contains text information for sources outside of your domain. You add these records to your domain settings.

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DNSKEY Record

DNSKEY: Public keys are stored in DNSKEY records inside the zone

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AXFR Record

AXFR Record: Type of DNS transaction. It is one of the many mechanisms available for administrators to replicate DNS databases across a set of DNS servers.

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CERT Record

CERT Record: Used for generically storing certificates within DNS and are most commonly used by systems for email encryption.

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MX Record

MX Record: Specifies an SMTP email server for the domain, used to route outgoing emails to an email server.

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PTR Record

PTR Record: Record that resolves an IP address to a domain or host name, unlike an A record which points a domain name to an IP address. PTR records are used for the reverse DNS lookup.

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DMARC Record

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SPF Record