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The DNS Record Finder or DNS lookup tool finds the IP address of any domain name, returning IP addresses in the DNS records received from the name servers.
To find DNS record of a domain, follow the below steps:
DNS Tools allows you to Ping, Traceroute or look up DNS for any domain or IP directly from your Web browser. DNS Tools also allow you to view information about your own IP address using the My IP tool. This tool offers a user-friendly and graphical view of IP information.
Using DNS trace, you can troubleshoot your DNS. You can use it on Linux OS, Mac OS and even on Windows (using Cygwin). You will trace the road of a DNS query. If there is a problem, you will see exactly where it is.
Public DNS: For a server to be accessible on the public internet, it requires a public DNS record, and its IP address needs to be reachable on the internet. Private DNS: Computers that live behind a firewall or on an internal network use a private DNS record so that local computers can identify them by name.