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To convert a domain name into an IP address, you can follow these steps:
Open a command prompt or terminal window on your computer.
Type the command "nslookup" followed by the domain name you want to convert. For example: "nslookup example.com"
Press Enter. This will send a request to the Domain Name System (DNS) server, which will look up the IP address associated with the domain name and return it to you.
The IP address will be displayed in the output of the command.
Alternatively, you can use online tools such as "What Is My IP?" or "IP Lookup" to look up the IP address of a domain name. Simply enter the domain name into the search field and the tool will return the IP address.
Your DNS settings link the IP address of the server hosting your website to the particular domain name you have registered. To change your DNS settings, you must speak with your domain name provider or connect into your domain name account online.
The most popular method for mapping a domain name to an IP address is DNS. You do a forward resolution each time you access a webpage on the internet. Reverse DNS, or rDNS, does exactly what its name suggests: it converts an IP address into a domain name. The domain, IP, country, and ISP data are displayed by our IP to address converter.