The DNS Resolution includes the IP addresses, Nameserver (NS), and other DNS record types, such as TXT records. The DNS Resolution information represents the present and recent history of a domain's DNS settings. By default, the information is sorted from most recent to least recent.
The IP addresses tab contains information related to the domain. This information includes any security categories (if applicable), TTL(s) (shown as a range), first seen and last seen dates.
The Nameserver tab holds information about the nameserver related to the domain, including security categories, TTLs (shown as a range), and first seen and last seen dates.
The DNS (Others) tab holds other types of DNS records related to the domain—the value of the DNS record, type of the DNS record, and the first seen and last seen dates.
Updated 6 months ago