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Enter domain name and click "CNAME Records".

Look up the CNAME records for a domain.

CNAME stands for Canonical Name record, which is a type of resource record in the DNS system. A root domain or subdomain can accept one CNAME record each, and the entry must be another fully qualified domain name. After the record is in place, a domain will point to the domain in the CNAME record. When visited it will display what is on the target domain.

Setting a CNAME-Record

CNAME records can be updated at the domain's registrar. Making this change might occur faster than an A-record update.

CNAME Record Tool

Our tool uses the host command as a component to get the CNAME records for a domain.

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