When troubleshooting a website issue, if you were to start at step 1, it would be checking to make sure that your domain name is registered and that the DNS is routing your domain name to the correct web server.

When checking the routing of a domain name, most professional use tools such as dig / ping / tracert. For the average user that does not perform this type of test on a regular basis, connecting the dots to see how a domain name is routing can be quite difficult.

To help everyone, we've created a tool that performs the necessary lookups that check where a domain name is routing, and it graphically displays this information for easy review.

Please enter a domain name below and click submit to see where your domain's website and email traffic is being routed to on the internet.
Example: google.com
At this time, this script does not work with subdomains.
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