DNS-JS.com

Make DNS queries from website using Javascript only.

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Demo Code

Include a reference to DNS.js in your page, then use one of the Query methods as follows

DNS.Query takes three parameters, the domain name, the Query Type, and a callback function. It will return data based on the Query type used.

DNS.Query("dns-js.com",
    DNS.QueryType.A,
    function(data) {
        console.log(data);
});
DNS MX Type Demo DNS A Type Demo

The available Query types are as follows:

A : Address Mapping record
NS : Name Server record
MD : A mail destination (OBSOLETE - use MX)
MF : A mail forwarder (OBSOLETE - use MX)
CNAME : Canonical Name record
SOA : Marks the start of a zone of authority
MB : A mailbox domain name (EXPERIMENTAL)
MG : A mail group member (EXPERIMENTAL)
MR : A mailbox rename domain name (EXPERIMENTAL)
NULL : A Null resource record (EXPERIMENTAL)
WKS : A well known service description
PTR : Reverse-lookup Pointer record
HINFO : Host information
MINFO : Mailbox or mail list information
MX : Mail exchanger record
TXT : Text Record 
RP : Responsible Person
AFSDB : AFS Data Base location
AAAA : IP Version 6 Address record
SRV : Service Location
SSHFP : A SSH Fingerprint resource record
RRSIG : RRSIG rfc3755
AXFR : DNS zone transfer request.
ANY : Generic any query 
URI : A Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) resource record
CAA : A certification authority authorization