How to Check DNS Domain Propagation Status

For owners and users of Cheap Domains at Dewaweb.com, there may be times when it is possible to change the Name Server (NS) on a domain from one Hosting Server to another Hosting Server. After making changes to the NS domain, the domain will go to the Name Server Propagation status .

In the NS Propagation process a domain has a Resolved DNS process. Resolved DNS in principle is “notifying” new IP NS in the domain to all existing DNS in the world. The standard DNS domain propagation process requires no later than 2 x 24 hours.

To help check Domain Propagation status, here are 5 services to help check.

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ViewDNS.info

ViewDNS.Info has a service to check the propagation status of NS Domains in 20 countries in the world. In addition to the check status propagation service, ViewDNS.info also has other free services such as Traceroute , Firewall Test , IP Location Finder , and other services.

Dnschecker.org

Dnschecker.org has a service to check the propagation status of DNS that is spread across 22 places in the world. Services from dnsChekcer.org also support checking other Zone Records such as A , AAAA , CNAME , MX , NS, PTR, SOA .

Synthetic Monitor App

The free service from CA App Synthetic Monitor has 90 locations spread throughout the world to check domain status. In addition, the CA App Sysnthetic Monitor also has other services, including Check status of websites, Traceroute , and DNS Analysis .

Ceipam.eu

The next service is services from www.ceipam.eu . This website provides tools to check the results of propagation from 17 locations in the world. Propagation checks include DNS Records for A Records , AAAA Records , CNAME Records , MX Records , NS Records , PTR, SOA and TXT.

Whatsmydns.net

Whatsmydns.net service has 21 locations spread throughout the world to check NS Domain Propagation status. Whatsmydns.net also supports checking other Zone Records such as A, AAAA, CNAME, MX, NS, PTR, SOA, SRV, and TXT.

This is how to check the DNS Domain propagation status. Hopefully useful, thank you.