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AAAA Record Checker: Check your Domain’s AAAA Record Here

Check your email domain’s AAAA record in seconds!

What does an AAAA Record Checker Do?

If you have a website hosted on a server that uses IPv6, and have purchased a domain, you would want to link them. This is the purpose for which an AAAA record is used. An AAAA record is a DNS record that is used for mapping a domain name to the IPv6 of the computer that hosts the domain. This online AAAA Record Checker free tool helps you see if an AAAA record for your domain exists or not.

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Example of AAAA Record in DNS

The AAAA record has the following look in your
ClouDNS Control Panel:

Host: Type: Points to: TTL

hostname.com AAAA ipv6:of:your:web::site

How can you Create an AAAA Record?

Follow the following steps to create your email domain’s AAAA record:

Step 1: Visit your DNS Control Panel

Step 2: Go to Add new record.

Type: AAAA

TTL: 600 seconds

Host: hostname

Points to: Enter your IPv6 address

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FAQs: AAAA Record Checker

1. What is an AAAA record in DNS?

An AAAA record is a DNS record that is used for mapping a domain name to the IPv6 of the computer that hosts the domain.

This online AAAA Record Checker free tool helps you see if an AAAA record for your domain exists or not.

Both the AAAA record and A record work the same way except for one little difference. A record maps a domain name to the IPv4 of the computer that hosts the domain. However, an AAAA record maps a domain name to the IPv6.

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