This tool offers complete DNS health checkup for your domain. Enter your domain URL and instantly generate a complete report for your domain. The DNS report includes checking which DNS parameters needs attention and also tells those who follow DNS standards. It also checks which blacklist services have your A record and MX record IPs in them. Altogether it includes DNS health test, MX record test, Mail (MX) and blacklist test, IP blacklist test, DMARC test, SMTP test for Mail records, and SPF records test.
Domain name system is the initial setup which a domain requires to operate. If DNS records lack healthy setup and are set up without reviewing proper documentation, then it may lead towards warnings and errors in DNS, and sometimes it may break the chain between your visitors and server.
It is essential to check your Domain DNS Health every once a while after editing your DNS parameters to ensure your changes are up to the mark and are following the standards. Either your domain's IP exists in blacklist databases or your Mail server IP exists in the blacklist, it may cause problems because the visitors may not properly access your site and/or communicate with your email server via email.
The blacklist check is vital, and necessarily it should be checked every year or at least a few months. Sometimes your scripting needs intensive requests to external content, and this may cause your server IP to be blacklisted by various servers and may automatically result into your IP being inaccessible to multiple other services or organizations which use those blacklists to prevent spam. The similar scenario goes for your email servers, and this tool also checks each of your MX record IP in blacklists, which tells if your email is being rejected due to blacklists or not.
To use domain DNS health checker, enter your domain URL and hit enter to submit your domain to our system for health check. It takes an average of 1 to 3 minutes because it has to extensively send multiple external requests, which takes time to get a response.