IP, Domain, MX, reverse lookup

Domain name system (DNS) lookups are how end users obtain the websites they search for. It is the way DNS services resolve end-user queries and acquire information related to domains.
A DNS 'mail exchange' (MX) record directs email to a mail server. The MX record indicates how email messages should be routed in accordance with the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP, the standard protocol for all email). Like CNAME records, an MX record must always point to another domain.
A reverse DNS lookup is a DNS query for the domain name associated with a given IP address. This accomplishes the opposite of the more commonly used forward DNS lookup, in which the DNS system is queried to return an IP address.
Domain Query server

Output description

result example Ask the server wantool.net for a domain record of wantool.net

ANSWER: response to a request
AUTHORITY: who gives answers to DNS querie
ADDITIONAL: additional information from authority servers
IP assigned to my device
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