DNS records of aup.edu.pk

Hostname Type Priority TTL Content
aup.edu.pk. TXT 3600
txtMS=ms11092860
aup.edu.pk. TXT 3600
txtMS=1406C0AEC8577B61A7FE8337FDAA8F3D6F47DE2F
aup.edu.pk. MX 5 14400
targetalt1.aspmx.l.google.com.
aup.edu.pk. MX 1 14400
targetaspmx.l.google.com.
aup.edu.pk. MX 10 14400
targetaspmx2.googlemail.com.
aup.edu.pk. MX 5 14400
targetalt2.aspmx.l.google.com.
aup.edu.pk. MX 10 14400
targetaspmx3.googlemail.com.
aup.edu.pk. SOA 21600
mnamens1.gurusofit.com.
rnamegurusofit.gmail.com.
serial2022081800
refresh3600
retry1800
expire1209600
minimum-ttl86400
aup.edu.pk. NS 21600
targetns2.gurusofit.com.
aup.edu.pk. NS 21600
targetns1.gurusofit.com.
aup.edu.pk. A 14400
ip176.74.19.164

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