Hello Media Zone Blog Readers,
In this article, I will try to talk briefly and simply about the name server of the domain you have purchased or where your mail MX records are located.
First of all, we will use the command line “nslookup” console.
This is a black screen waiting for commands with console>. When you first open your local DNS, if you use the DNS modem assigned by your DHCP server or AD, the IP addresses of these servers are defined. We will use google DNS because we will do global queries. To use this DNS, go to the black command line:
> server 220.127.116.11
we are writing.
Command to List Domain Name Servers:
> set type = NS
No matter which domain you type after this command, the name server information of that domain will come.
For Mail Server MS Records:
> set type = MX
it is sufficient to write.
To list all records:
> set type = all
If you type your domain address after the command, all subdomain MX CNAME A records defined for this domain will be listed.