Benchmark: Parent Records
A parent domain is the top-level domain, e.g.,
example.com. When referring to an Internet address or name, a domain or domain name is the location of a website. For example, the domain name
google.com points to the IP address
18.104.22.168. Generally, it's easier to remember a name rather than a long string of numbers.
This benchmark contains best practices for parent records.
Browse dashboards and select Parent Records:
Or run the benchmarks in your terminal:
steampipe check net_insights.benchmark.dns_parent_best_practices
Snapshot and share results via Steampipe Cloud:
steampipe loginsteampipe check --share net_insights.benchmark.dns_parent_best_practices
- DNS records must be present
- Parent server should have name server information
- Every name server listed must have A records