• How to Test for a Specific DNS Record

    You can open a command prompt and use a utility called nslookup to verify if the DNS entry you created is resolving to the IP address that you want.
    Click on Start and type cmd in the Search bar to open up a command prompt.
    You can then type nslookup and hit enter. It should tell you what DNS server it is going to use to resolve any requests you type.
    At the nslookup prompt, type in the URL you used during your Keck installation.
    You should get the IP address of the web server in return.
    Note that if you have an internal and an external network, the physical IP address of the server may be different from the public IP address.
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