This tool allows you to perform DNS lookups on our recursive non-caching DNS server, or a DNS server of your choosing.
Just enter a hostname above to perform a DNS lookup.
If you have any suggestions on how this tool might be improved, please email me
Request that the nameserver server performs a recursive lookup.
Indicates that you want to receive DNSSEC data associated with the query.
The responding name server is an authority for the domain name.
Indicates that this is a response.
Support for recursive queries is available.
The response has been authenticated by the server.
Returns the IPv4 address for the hostname.
Returns the IPv6 address for the hostname.
Returns records of all types for the host. May not be complete.
Aliases one hostname to another.
Key record used for DNSSEC.
Lists the mail servers for the hostname.
Lists the authoritative nameservers for the zone.
Next SECure record. Used to prove a name doesn't exist with DNSSEC.
Predominantly used for reverse DNS lookups, but also DNS-SD.
Authoritative information about the zone; e.g. primary NS, cache timings.
Maps services without specific record types such as SIP or LDAP to hostnames.
Originally a human-readable record, co-opted for data such as DKIM and SPF.