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Check dns entries across the world. In short, if you move your server from one IP to another, you can check to see when most of the dns servers in the world have update their results.

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dnslookup is a simple command line interface to check on the status of your world wide resolutions. It relies on the system installed nslookup to make requests.

pip install dnslookup
Result for
Country 	DNS IP 		Result
positional arguments:
  domain                The domain that you would like to use.

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --level LEVEL, -l LEVEL
                        This option allows you to: (1) use a large database of
                        DNS Servers from (2) Use just the
                        google DNS Servers. (3) Use your own server list.
                        <Requires properly formatted file>
  --file FILE, -f FILE  If provided, it will output to the file instead of
                        console. File must be a csv
  --url URL             URL to use with option (3) of level

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