DNS records of Parmar.in

Hostname Type Priority TTL Content
Parmar.in. A 300
ip209.99.40.222
Parmar.in. TXT 300
txtv=spf1 a -all
Parmar.in. PTR 300
datadns9.parkpage.foundationapi.com.
Parmar.in. NS 300
targetdns9.parkpage.foundationapi.com.
Parmar.in. NS 300
targetdns10.parkpage.foundationapi.com.
Parmar.in. SOA 300
mnamedns9.parkpage.foundationapi.com.
rnameabuse.opticaljungle.com.
serial2011062801
refresh3600
retry900
expire604800
minimum-ttl86400

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