Use the Track DNS interface to look up an IP address or trace the route from your computer to your web server. This feature can help you to verify that you have properly configured your websites' DNS.
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This interface contains tools to help you retrieve network information. For example, you can look up an IP address or trace the route from your computer to the computer that hosts your website.
The Domain Lookup tool executes the
host domain command, where
a specific domain. This command resolves an IP address from a specified
domain name, and returns general DNS information about the server.
To look up a domain, perform the following steps:
The domain’s mail servers and IP address will display. You can also view the domain’s DNS information under the Zone Information heading.
The Trace Route function traces the route that your computer takes to access your website. This function displays how many servers through which your data passes before it reaches your website. This information also includes the amount of time that your computer requires to reach the server.
To trace the route to your server, click Trace. The interface will display the pathways that your computer follows to reach your server.
You can use this information to find problem servers within your path.