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To check all DNS records for a particular domain, you have to run one of the several DNS record checkers. To list the DNS records for a domain, run any of the following two commands. Note that to get all DNS records for a specific domain, you have to run one of these two commands or choose ANY in order for all the DNS records for your domain to be listed.

o DNS record checker - This is the most common DNS record checker that people use. It can be easily found online and used to get the results that you are looking for. What it does is to get the details of all the DNS records for your domain and give them to you in a report format. Once you have the reports, you can sort the DNS record checks out by domain name. If you have multiple domains with the same IP address, this will list them all together in a list.

o Free DNS Record Checker - This DNS record checker is available for free. All you have to do is enter the domain you are looking for and hit the search button. Once the search is done, there should be a page that has a report. The information in this report will list the DNS records that are associated with that domain and the domain owner's name. You should then be able to determine the exact owner of that domain by typing the domain into the search box.

o Paid DNS Record Checker - If you are looking to pay for a DNS record checker, there are two options. You can use one that is included with your hosting package. Most hosting packages include this service for free. Another option is to use a paid program. If you do decide to use a paid program, make sure that you find one that has a good reputation.

o Free DNS Record Checker - The free DNS record checker will only list up to ten DNS records on your account. In order for it to continue to work, you will need to run another check. After doing this you will have twenty-four records on your account. These records are stored in an "Active Directory" database. They are used by your Web Server to refer to help you when you try to look up a DNS record for the domain that you have entered into your browser.

o Paid DNS Record Checker - With a paid program, you will be able to list up to sixty DNS records. The more you buy, the more accurate the search will be. The more accurate the search is the faster you will get accurate results.

In addition to using the free programs, you can also do an unlimited number of DNS lookup searches. Many paid programs allow you to do unlimited searches for one single domain. They do this by using more advanced features and tools.

You can also find websites that will let you look up your domains and have it returned to your computer in less than 10 minutes. Some web hosts also let you look up your domain on their site for a fee. This will also be cheaper than doing it by hand. This may be more time consuming but not as expensive.

You should also try to look into the webserver. Some hosting companies use a lot of DNS records on a daily basis. If you cannot figure out how to contact the webmaster you should give up.

There are also free methods that you can use in order to find the records for your domain name. I would suggest you use this method if you don't have a good idea of who owns the domain. I would also stay away from using the free DNS records as it is not nearly as accurate as using a paid site.

The best thing to do is find a DNS record checker that offers the most accuracy. This will save you time and money and give you accurate results.