DNS Propagation Checker

Check DNS propagation worldwide with Itechtics DNS Propagation Checker Tool
North America
Holtsville, NY, United States
North America
Mountain View, CA, United States
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Berkeley, CA, United States
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Burnaby, BC, Canada
North America
South America
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
South America
Argentina
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Europe
The Hague, Netherlands
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Paris, France
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Madrid, Spain
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Zizers, Switzerland
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Innsbruck, Austria
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Byfleet, United Kingdom
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Copenhagen, Denmark
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Saarland, Germany
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Ireland
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Antalya, Turkey
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Africa
Cullinan, South Africa
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Zimbabwe
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Kenya
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Asia
Shah Alam, Malaysia
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Singapore
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Hangzhou, China
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Coimbatore, India
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Islamabad, Pakistan
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Oceania
Australia
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New Zealand
Oceania

What is DNS and how does it work?

DNS stands for Domain Name System. It’s a system that translates domain names, like google.com, into IP addresses, like 142.250.190.142. IP addresses are numbers that computers use to communicate on the internet.

When you visit a website, your computer first needs to find the IP address of the website’s server. To do this, it asks a DNS server. A DNS server is a computer that stores a database of domain names and their corresponding IP addresses.

Your computer may have a list of DNS servers that it uses. If it doesn’t, it will ask your internet service provider (ISP) for a list of DNS servers to use.

Once your computer has a list of DNS servers, it will ask one of the servers for the IP address of the website you want to visit. The DNS server will look up the IP address in its database and return it to your computer.

Your computer will then use the IP address to connect to the website’s server and download the website’s files.

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