Dns Records Information
A Record specifies domain IP address. This record type is used to convert domains to their corresponding IP addresses.
AAAA : It keeps the names and IPv6 addresses of the network devices using the DNS server.
NS : NS Recored is used to grant subdomain authority in the domain name server. NS is the initials of the Name Server words. Domain authorities put domain names for your domain in the name servers that point to us. Authorized NS records are automatically published in authoritative name servers.
SOA (Start Of Authority) : The name server associated with a DNS zone is the record type of the domain administrator's e-mail address, replication information, and several other counter information.
MX (Mail Exchanger): It keeps the IP addresses of Mail servers. Another information in MX records is priority information. For redundancy, multiple MX records are kept in a structure with multiple mail servers. In this case, the first response to the incoming DNS server is the IP address of the MX record with the lowest priority.
CNAME (Canonical Name): It can resolve an existing A or AAAA record with a different name. This type of record is used when you want to access any server with a name other than its real name. For example subdomains is a cname record.
PTR (Pointer) : The type of record required to resolve names from the IP address.
SPF (Sender Policy Framework) : Bu kayıt türü spam mesajları engellemek için, o domain adına mail göndermesine izin verilen mail sunucularını adreslemek için kullanılır. TXT tabanlı bir kayıt türüdür
SRV (Service Locator) : It is a record that keeps track of which port and which IP of a particular service is being given. For example, for Key Management Service (KMS), the SRV record is entered in DNS and windows systems automatically verify the product key.
|Type : A|
|TTL :||267 |
|IP :|| 18.104.22.168|
|Type : CNAME|
|TTL :||3600 |
|Target :|| blogspot.l.googleusercontent.com|
|Type : AAAA|
|TTL :||133 |
|ipv6 :|| 2a00:1450:4007:80b::2001|