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There are millions of active and active websites on the Internet. To find a website and where it's hosted, you need a directory, without which it's almost impossible to find web pages. This database contains information about all websites in the world. Every website and every computer that accesses the Internet has an IP address that is a numeric address. The data files that tell the web server how to respond to a query from a search browser are called DNS records.
In computer terms, DNS records are called "map files". When the web server sends a user request to visit a particular website, the request is sent to the DNS database. This database searches its records, finds the IP address of the website, and passes it on to the requesting server. After obtaining this information, the requesting server uses the IP address to find the web page and display it to the user who initiated the request.
There are letters associated with DNS records called Syntax DNS.
The "A" in DNS records is the most basic type of syntax.
The "AAAA" record is an IPV6 address that maps a hostname to a 128-bit IPV6 address.
"CNAME" stands for "cone name" and is used to associate subdomains with existing DNS records.
`MX` stands for mail exchange and is used for mail exchange servers.
The `PTR` record as a name indicates a pointer record and maps an IPV4 address to a CNAME.
The "NS" record stands for "name server" and indicates the server on which the domain resides.
The "SOA" record stores important information about the domain, such as when it was last updated, etc.
The "SRV" record indicates which TCP service is running in the domain.
The “TXT” record allows site administrators to insert any text into the record.
Why do you need to review DNS records?
The DNS records of any website contain important information for webmasters and SEOs. These profiles give you detailed information about any websites you may want to visit. If you want to know the IP address of a domain, you can get this information by looking at the DNS records for that domain. The IP address will tell you which domain the address is hosted in, and if you know the structure of the IP address, you will also know which country the domain is hosted in. The assigned IP address is the same as the phone number. We know that each country has been assigned a specific number, then a city code, and then an actual phone number. To make an international call, you must dial the international code, area code, and real number to call
Likewise, IP addresses are assigned according to a specific structure.
The other important information you get when you view DNS records is the addresses of all the subdomains associated with the domain. Also, when the domain was last updated, what was its refresh rate, etc.?
You may want to check your competitor's DNS records and see where it's hosted and other site information. DNS records are very useful for webmasters and SEOs when setting up or managing a website.
Obtaining and researching DNS records is very important for SEOs and webmasters. Once you've decided on a web hosting service, you'll want to know the IP address of your website and what additional services your domain's web host offers. If the internet service is slow or the refresh rate is slow, you can ask your web hosting provider to improve them.
No website can function without its DNS records stored in the DNS database. It is the database that contains all the information needed on a website.
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