Domain Name System
Also known as DNS, Domain Name System the is an Internet service that translates domain names into IP addresses. The DNS system is its own network. From split DNS to domain hosting, our domain name system dictionary offers a glossary of terms you should know.
- @ sign
- Berkeley Internet Name Domain
- child domain
- CNAME - canonical name
- DNS - Domain Name System
- DNS parking
- DNS SEC
- domain hosting
- domain name
- domain name administrative contact
- domain name billing contact
- domain name dispute
- domain name naming authority
- domain name registrant
- domain name registrar
- domain name renewal
- domain name resolvers
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