Comprehensive traversal DNS checking in an instant
Check your internet addresses with squish.net's traversing DNS checker. This will check every single branch of the DNS tree to ensure your addresses are delegating and resolving correctly. This is accomplished by traversing the DNS tree from the root examining all possible routes that a client could travel, calculating percentage probabilities on the way. Note that this service does not consider your local cache. Currently this is IPv4 only. Registration is optional, but means you don't need to enter a reCAPTCHA every time!
The old version is still available.
This is the full DNS entry to check. For example: www.google.com, news.bbc.co.uk, or www.cnn.com
If your web site is http://www.example.com/ you should enter the www.example.com component only.
This is the type of DNS record you want to check. Normally this should be 'A' to indicate that you are looking for a host.
Advanced users may use other record types, for example 'MX' for mail exchangers or 'NS' for name servers.
If you do a 'PTR' lookup, please remember the format is 'D.C.B.A.in-addr.arpa'.
UI 2.0.1 / Engine 0.1.14
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