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Domain Name System or DNS in short is the digital database of the internet. It is like the Internet's phone book where it uses the IP address as a phone number and domain name as contact names. The domain information is stored on DNS servers and to add this domain information to the DNS system, you need to set up resource records. With the help of resource records, servers share domain information. If the resource records for the domain are not registered, it is not in the “phone book” of the Internet, i.e., not in the DNS records. Therefore, the operation of the website on it is impossible.
Note: Before you start specifying resource records, you need to give the domain, that is, register DNS servers for it.
There exist the following types of DNS resource records:
DNS records will confuse you if you have never used them before. Understanding it can be tricky. But if you learn more deeply about DNS records like what purpose do they serve and how to interpret them or change them. You will get the gist of DNS records. If you want to find DNS records of a domain, you will need to use the Find DNS Records tool by SEO Tools Kit which will fetch and display these records for you. To achieve this, go to seotoolskit.in and scroll down to the ‘Find DNS records’ icon in the tools section and click on it. Once you reach there, type in the domain name of the website whose DNS records you want it to fetch in the given text field. Click the Submit button. In just a matter of a few seconds, the Find DNS Records Tool by SEO Tools Kit will return the DNS records of the domain. You can examine the records and observe the IP address listed in the ‘A’ type record. The list will also contain other types of resource records like ‘NS,’ ‘SOA,’ ‘MX’, and ‘TXT’ records. The information that is generated by the tool is very helpful in knowing the environment of the domain you are operating in and all the parameters associated with it.