DNS Record Type

TypeDescription
A The IPv4 address for the domain. Example: 127.0.0.1
AAAA The IPv6 address. Example: 0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1
NSFQDN of the name server which is authoritative for this hostname.
MX Mail Exchange records corresponding to the given host name.
[n] - Priority of mail exchanger - lower numbers indicate greater priority. (IP: 123.x.x.x) - Mail host main IP address.
TXT Arbitrary string data associated with this domain.
SOA The DNS "start of authority" (SOA) record stores important information about a domain or zone such as the email address of the administrator, when the domain was last updated, and how long the server should wait between refreshes.
CNAME A Canonical Name (CNAME) Record is used in the Domain Name System (DNS) to create an alias from one domain name to another domain name.

TTL - "Time To Live" remaining for this record. This is equal to the original TTL minus whatever length of time has passed since the authoritative name server was queried.

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