DNS records of pacificfoods.asia

Hostname Type Priority TTL Content
pacificfoods.asia. A 900
ip172.105.230.135
pacificfoods.asia. NS 3600
targetns1.matbao.com.
pacificfoods.asia. NS 3600
targetns2.matbao.com.
pacificfoods.asia. SOA 3600
mnamens1.matbao.com.
rnameadmin.matbao.com.
serial2022041304
refresh7200
retry300
expire604800
minimum-ttl3600
pacificfoods.asia. MX 0 3600
targetpacificfoods-asia.mail.protection.outlook.com.
pacificfoods.asia. MX 10 3600
targetpro13.emailserver.vn.
pacificfoods.asia. TXT 3600
txtMS=ms84678355
pacificfoods.asia. TXT 3600
txtv=spf1 mx include:emailserver.vn include:spf.protection.outlook.com -all

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