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online nslookup tools,fecth NS records,dig domain ns,dig hostame ns

On this page you can find free online nslookup tool, it's fetch find ns records for domain or hostname.
NS lookup have 4 sections of result, it's using dig hostname / domain tool for getting info.
Dig scan DNS records and return only NS and A. This tool not working for IP's - for domain and hostname only.
dig domain ns Our tools working extended mode, it showing some extended info about dns query.
QUESTION SECTION - request filter mask
ANSWER SECTION - list of Ns records for domain name (if it's not present - then nothing found)
ADDITIONAL SECTION - some additional info, as usualy it contains list of A records.
The NS record lists the name of a machine that provides domain service for a particular domain. The name associated with the RR is the domain name and the data portion is the name of a host that provides the service.
An NS (name server) record allows you to delegate a subdomain of your domain to another name server. The machines providing name service do not have to live in the named domain. There should be one NS record for each server for a domain. NS records for a domain exist in both the zone that delegates the domain, and in the domain itself.
There is fast link for ns lookup and check ns record: or (

[] it's subdomain of []. Thats why [] can exist but [] not exist and [] can exist but [] - not.
As usualy ns records don't exist for subdomain [], thats why on fail - you can try to do ns record lookup for domain (hostname) without 'www'
Search masks like '*' are NOT allowed for ns record lookup, if it will be realy need pls write feedback to us.
new window: (example of lookup)

# global options: +cmd
# Got answer:
# ->>HEADER<<- opcode: QUERY, status: NOERROR, id: 66
# flags: qr rd ra; QUERY: 1, ANSWER: 5, AUTHORITY: 0, ADDITIONAL: 9
# ANSWER SECTION: 103062 IN NS 103062 IN NS 103062 IN NS 103062 IN NS 103062 IN NS
# ADDITIONAL SECTION: 349230 IN A 15032 IN AAAA 2001:4998:1b0::7961:686f:6f21 349230 IN A 8549 IN AAAA 2001:4998:1c0::7961:686f:6f21 1709 IN A 91769 IN AAAA 2406:8600:f03f:1f8::1003 349230 IN A 15135 IN A 8549 IN AAAA 2406:2000:1d0::7961:686f:6f21
# Query time: 0 msec
# WHEN: Tue Jul 16 21:44:03 2024
# MSG SIZE rcvd: 309