Find the DNS records like A, TXT, MX, SPF, etc.
DNS Lookup tool fetches the DNS records linked with a particular web address. In addition to the TTL value, this includes the following details:
A: This record tells the IPv4 address of a domain.
AAAA: This holds the IPv6 address pointing towards a domain.
NS: Also known as Name Servers, it reveals DNS servers managing DNS records for a website.
MX: Short of Mail Exchange, gives information about the mail exchange servers working for the subject domain.
TXT: This digs out any random text entered by the website administrator to the DNS records. The primary use is for website verification in addition to avoiding email spam.
CNAME: A Canonical Name (CNAME) Record links subdomains to the main domain and not an IP address.
SOA: Start of Authority (SOA) stores administrative information about any domain.
This tool will be helpful in troubleshooting if you have updated some records and want to confirm them. Or if you're going to find out where the particular domain points to.
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