DNS records of cartclick.online

Hostname Type Priority TTL Content
cartclick.online. A 3600
ip23.227.38.32
cartclick.online. NS 3600
targetns59.domaincontrol.com.
cartclick.online. NS 3600
targetns60.domaincontrol.com.
cartclick.online. SOA 3600
mnamens59.domaincontrol.com.
rnamedns.jomax.net.
serial2021071604
refresh28800
retry7200
expire604800
minimum-ttl600
cartclick.online. MX 10 3600
targetmailstore1.secureserver.net.
cartclick.online. MX 0 3600
targetsmtp.secureserver.net.
cartclick.online. TXT 3600
txtv=spf1 include:secureserver.net -all
cartclick.online. TXT 3600
txtfacebook-domain-verification=a1rvhe7tg9dd26sobeogigvczzhrwo

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With the WHOISnote DNS checker tool, visitors can quickly get their DNS Lookup service. The DNS search is done directly against the domain's authoritative name server, so changes to DNS Records should show up instantly.

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What is DNS?

Domain Name System (DNS) is a hierarchical and decentralized naming system for computers, like the Internet's phonebook. It includes various information with domain names assigned to each of the participating entities. 
When you try to access information online through domain names, like "whoisnote.com", internet browsers interact through Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. DNS interprets such domain names to IP addresses so browsers can gather Internet resources.

How does DNS work?

Every IP address has been assigned to each device on the Internet uniquely, and that address always finds the connected device - like your home street address is used to see you. When t a user types into their web browser (example.com), the device translate it into the machine-friendly address (DNS) to locate the example.com webpage. The DNS process involves converting a hostname (www.example.com) into a computer-friendly IP address (i.e. 192.168.1.1).

The process behind the DNS resolution is the different hardware components, so a DNS query must pass. The DNS lookup happened "behind the scenes" and requires no interaction from the user's computer apart from the initial request.