Want to find out where a website is hosted? Simple enter the domain name and it will display detailed information about the website (including A record, CNAME, MX, etc).
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DNS stands for Domain Name Services. DNS is like a phone book that has a list of domain names along with their IP addresses. It's easier for humans to remember the domain name instead of IP addresses. There are multiple types of records under DNS (A record, MX record, CNAME, TXT record). DNS is very critical to your business as it helps load your website properly. When you change the DNS record, it takes about 24 hours to propagate which means that your website will be up and down during that timeframe. If you have an email service provider, you can simply point your MX record to them to get the email flowing. This tool will help you identify the detailed DNS information about any website. Have you seen a website sending millions of emails? Want to find out where they are hosting the email server? Use this tool to help you find the information you need.