understanding /etc/resolv.conf file in Linux

The /etc/resolv.conf file is a configuration file used by the Linux operating system to store information about Domain Name System (DNS) servers. This file contains a list of DNS server addresses, as well as other options that control how DNS resolution works on your system. In this blog post, we will discuss the contents of […]

4 ways to check the ip address of a domain

Do you want to know the IP address of your domain? There are a few different ways that you can do this, and we will discuss them in this blog post. Knowing your IP address can be helpful if you are having trouble connecting to your website or if you need to troubleshoot any issues. […]

3 Ways to check DNS server IP in Linux

DNS servers are an important part of the internet, translating domain names into IP addresses. If your DNS server is not working correctly, you may experience problems loading websites or sending and receiving email. In this blog post, we will discuss three ways to check your DNS server in Linux. We will also provide some […]

2 Ways to Check DNS server response time

DNS is a system by which a browser or other software converts a domain name to a IP4 or IP6 address. Each time we access a website the browser needs to convert the domain name to a IP4/IP6 address using a DNS server. The DNS server configured on our computer could be automatically selected by […]

How to Check DNS TTL in Linux

DNS TTL, or time to live, is the element of a DNS record that tells the requester how long the record is valid. In other words, if the TTL for our DNS record is set to 24 hours, once a browser has resolved that DNS record, it will continue to use that same value for […]