There are different methods to check your DNS records, depending on exactly what information you need. Here are some options:
Open Command Prompt (cmd).
nslookup command. For example:
Open the terminal.
dig command. For example:
Make sure you interpret the review results carefully. If you have made specific changes to DNS records, it may take some time for those changes to propagate worldwide. If you have any doubts or need assistance, it is advisable to contact your DNS provider or network administrator.
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A DNS test (Domain Name System Test) is a procedure for checking and assessing the functionality and performance of the Domain Name System (DNS) in a computer network. DNS is a crucial part of the Internet Protocol and is used to convert human-readable domain names into the associated IP addresses that computers use to identify other devices on the network.
There are different types of DNA tests that target different aspects of DNS:
DNS Resolution Test:
DNS propagation check:
Response time check:
DNSSEC (DNS Security Extensions) test:
DNS Leak Test:
DNS Health Check:
To perform a DNS test, various online tools, web services, or command-line commands such as "nslookup" (on Windows) or "dig" (on Unix-based systems) can be used. These tests are useful for network administrators, website operators, or anyone who wants to troubleshoot DNS connectivity issues.