How does one find the DNS address of their website?

I hope this question is appropriate for this forum and hope it is an
easy one? When I look at my, or any domain in WHOIS I find where it is
being hosted (if any) but not what the DNS address is of the domain
page?
The reason I am asking this question is that I wish to point many of
my distinct domains to one of my domain’s and then use a CNAME to
point this to the hosting service’s address.
Thank you,
Kathy

in windows xp, some where i red that you can use nslookup(name_server
lookup)

open command prompt type nslookup and enter
it give a subprompt then type name of the website., example…
(www.example.com)
it if there is host with that name.

P.s: Sorry, if it din’t help, That’s all i know.

On Aug 20, 6:40 pm, “[email protected][email protected]

[email protected] wrote:

I hope this question is appropriate for this forum and hope it is an
easy one? When I look at my, or any domain in WHOIS I find where it is
being hosted (if any) but not what the DNS address is of the domain
page?
The reason I am asking this question is that I wish to point many of
my distinct domains to one of my domain’s and then use a CNAME to
point this to the hosting service’s address.
Thank you,
Kathy

Hi Kathy, you can use sites like dnsstuff.com to find the name servers
for your domain or if you are on a *nix or os x platform you can run
‘dig mydomain.com ns’ which will return the name servers.

Hope this helps.

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