Simply verify whether a list of domain name servers (DNS servers) finds the domains they should, but not those they should not. Domain Nameserver Accuracy Checker checks this automatically and removes those that fail the tests.
- Simply verify whether a list of domain name servers (DNS servers) finds the domains they should, but not those they should not. Domain Nameserver Accuracy Checker checks this automatically and removes those that fail the tests;
- Load a server list from a CSV or TXT file;
- Save the result to a TXT file;
- Multi-Threaded Tests; the interface does not hang during testing;
- Built based on Three-Tier Model, which reduces the risk for bugs compared to a monolithically structured app.
Domain-Nameserver-Accuracy-Checker.exe works great on Windows Windows 7, 8 and 10.
Copy and Paste from clipboard, or open a text or CSV file containing nameservers. You can download such files from e.g. http://public-dns.info. Although they seem to do checks themselves, you could use this program to double-check if the servers in this list also respond to requests from your geographical area.
Choose a test to run on the list to determine if a nameserver exists. Either:
- Delete nameservers that do NOT know the domain that you know should be known;
- Remove nameservers that DO seem to know a domain you know does not exist.
Important! You can set the time to wait in between different DNS queries. The higher you set this interval, the more polite you are to the local network that your computer is connected to. Setting this time too low may hinder other people in using the network efficiently, or may result in an altogether loss of connectivity. I have personally witnessed this in my own home network LAN. Therefore, by downloading you agree that I shall not be held responsible for results of any misuse of this app by you or any third-party.
See exactly how far the chosen test is progressing.
Finally, step 4
Save the new list of reliable nameservers to a text file.
You can find our Domain Nameserver Accuracy Checker source code on GitHub.
Domain Nameserver Accuracy Checker Uses the excellent JHSoftware.DnsClient library for the actual checking, but this is not open source.
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