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Dig Web Interface

November 9, 2016

Dig Web Interface is an online utility that helps you lookup DNS information for a domain name.

dig (domain information groper) is a Unix-like network administration command-line tool for querying Domain Name System (DNS) servers.

dig is useful for network troubleshooting and for educational purposes. dig can operate in interactive command line mode or in batch mode by reading requests from an operating system file. When a specific name server is not specified in the command invocation, it will use the operating system's default resolver, usually configured via the resolv.conf file. Without any arguments it queries the DNS root zone.

dig supports Internationalized Domain Name (IDN) queries.

dig is part of the BIND domain name server software suite. dig was initially planned to supersede older tools such as nslookup and the host program; however, it has instead become a complementary tool.

How to lookup a A record using Dig Web Interface

1. Visit https://www.digwebinterface.com/

2. Enter your domain name under Hostnames

3. Select A from the Type drop down

4. Click Dig

This should return the IP address stored in your domain DNS.

How to lookup a SRV record using Dig Web Interface

1. Visit https://www.digwebinterface.com/

2. For host name enter the service.protocol.domain. For example _autodiscover._tcp.faganmedia.com

3. Select SRV from the type drop down

4. Click Dig

This should return the data stored in your domain DNS if your SRV record is configured correctly.

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