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The DNS record checker is done straightly opposite the domain's authentic name server, so changes to DNS records should show up instantly. By default, the DNS checker tool will return an IP address if you give it a valid domain name. e.g. http://www.upsiteworth.com/  

For today's Internet, the online DNS is a critical system. Mistakenly set up DNS records badly effects and cause many different problems to administrators of web servers and company infrastructure. Online DNS records checker tool provided by Upseotools.com can be used to check various DNS records on haphazard DNS servers.

Online DNS records checker will be a handy source even if you are not a server administrator. As an ordinary common user you might want to explore why are you unable to reach a certain web site while your friends have no problems with it.

This fast and free DNS Lookup tool shows a perfect report on DNS Records for a domain and also provides some other useful information such as TLD server, Nameserver Information, and Domain IP Address.

No website can operate without its DNS records being stored in the DNS database. It's the database which holds all the necessary information about a website.

DNS Syntax Explained

  • The 'A' syntax in a DNS record is the most basic type of syntax. It stands for 'address' and indicates the IP address of the website.
  • The 'AAAA' record is an IPV6 address which maps the hostname to a 128-bit IPV6 address.
  • The 'CNAME' stands for 'conical name' and is used to associate subdomains with existing DNS records.
  • The 'MX' stands for mail exchange and is used for mail exchange servers.
  • The 'PTR' record as the name indicates a pointer record and maps an IPV4 address to the CNAME.
  • The 'NS' record stands for 'name server' and indicates the server on which the domain resides.
  • The 'SOA' record stores important information about the domain, like when was it last updated, etc.
  • The 'SRV' record indicates which TCP service the domain operates.
  • The 'TXT' record permits the website's administrator to insert any text in the record.

All this information that is contained in the DNS records is very helpful in knowing the environment in which a domain is operating and all the parameters associated with it.

You can also do a Google DNS lookup, a DNS whois searches and dig DNS records. In case you need help you can learn how to use a lookup to find the IP address.

No website can operate without its DNS records being stored in the DNS database. It's the database which holds all the necessary information about a website. It's the server that all web servers use to process a visitors request, and it guides them to the correct location.