Enter the domain name in the field below for get the header check
This DNS record check tool allows you to obtain certain configuration information from a website. Each website has its own configuration that people can not see. With our DNS record check tool, all you need to do is fill in the address of the website you want to query, and then the information will be displayed. This DNS record check tool will display only the records entered by the person who created the website. The DNS record check information will show you: NS records, MX records, TXT records, A records, AAAA records, CNAME records, NS records, PTR records, and CAA records.
The NS records will display the primary and secondary host names of the populated domain name.
The MX record is the configuration of the email address associated with the domain name. In general it is set with pop, pop3, mail or imap. Example: mail.mydomain.com
TXT records are typically used to associate certain data from other providers. Example we fill in the SPF fields to sign the emails so that they do not arrive in spam or fill in the domain name property verification fields with Google.
The A records link the domain name to the IP address of the server.
AAAA recordings are used to link a domain name to a web server provided that it uses a V6 IP address.
The CNAME record is used to link a subdomain to a domain name with the same IP address.
A record sets the domain name to an IP address, the PTR sets an IP address to a host name. However, these two records are independent.
CAA records allow you to associate an SSL certificate with your site so that it uses the https protocol.