ns information shows you every bit of information about dns records like NS (Name Server) records, A records, AAAA records, Hosts, TXT records, SOA records and many other records.
IP = Internet Protocol Address
IpV4 = Internet Protocol Version 4 Address (e.g., 10.0.0.4)
IpV6 = Internet Protocol Version 6 Address
TTL = Time To Live
SOA = Start of Authority DNS Record
NS = Name Server DNS Record
ccTLD's and gTLD's
What is a TLD? A top-level domain (TLD) is one of the domains at the highest level in the hierarchical Domain Name System of the Internet (think .com, .biz, .uk etc.). Domaintasks.com offers data on a wide variety of domains including country code top-level domains (ccTLDs) and generic op level domains (gTLDs). Generic TLDs are the most prevalent domain extensions such as .COM, .NET, .EDU, and .GOV just to name a few. Country code domains (ccTLDs) are domain extensions that represent different countries but can be used creatively to brand your business in a unique way. We support all kinds of gTLDs and ccTLDs. We also support non english domain names.
What is a Domain Name Anyway?
A domain name It is a unique identifier - combination of letters and/or numbers - which identifies a specific website or computer on the Internet.
There are three parts of a domain name: Top-level, second level, and third level. The top level refers to the end of the domain (such as .com) and identifies the type of organization. A second level domain is the common name identifier such as "Google" and identifies the organization's website. The third level domain is at the beginning of the domain name (e.g. www) and identifies a particular host server.
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