|A Record||IPv4 Address||“$domain”.com|
|AAAA Record||IPv4 Address||“$domain”.com|
|CNAME||Alternative Address||“$domain”.rs, “$subdomain.$domain”.com|
|TXT||Literally anything,including ownership of a domain|
Query a host with the
host $domain.$tld 184.108.40.206
dmz.rs has address 220.127.116.11 dmz.rs mail is handled by 10 kralizec.dmz.rs. dmz.rs mail is handled by 20 splint.rs.
This shows the MX record has a secondary handler, called splint.rs.
You can also add a specific nameserver:
Request a specific record type (
TXT, et c.):
torsocks host -T -t $RECORD_TYPE $domain
host command uses UDP.
You can change to TCP by using