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What is Domain names?

Explain the features of domain names.

Asked On2017-05-15 20:31:42 by:neenu2

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i. People have difficulty in dealing with and remembering numbers machines on 

ii. These names begin with the name of the host machine, followed by 

iii. There may be two, three or more domain names. The first domain 

iv. The second domain name gives the domain of which the first domain is 

v. The last domain name identifies the type of organization in which the host 

vi. Ex: Consider this sample address:

vii. IP addresses are the addresses used internally for a message, which is 

viii. These conversions are done by software systems called name servers, 

ix. Name servers serve a collection of machines on the Internet and are 

the Internet also have textual names.

progressively larger enclosing collections of machines, called Domains.

name, which appears immediately to the right of the hostname, is the domain 

of which the first domain is a part.

a part.

resides, which is the largest domain in the siteís name.


Here, movies is the hostname and comedy is moviesís local domain, 

which is a part of marxbrosís domain, which is a part of the com 

domain. The hostname and all of the domain names are together called 

a fully qualified domain name.

what is given by a browser user, must be converted to an IP address before the 

message can be transmitted on the Internet to the destination.

which implement the Domain Name Servers (DNS).

operated by organizations that are responsible for the part of the Internet to 

which those machines are connected. 

x. If the name server can convert the fully qualified domain name to an IP address, 

it does so. If it cannot, the name server sends the fully qualified domain name to 

another name server for conversion.

xi. Fig 1.1 (pg no 5) it shows fully qualified domain names requested by a 

browser are translated into IPs before they are routed to the appropriate Web 


xii. The most common were Telnet, which was developed to allow a user on 

one computer on the Internet to log on to and use another computer on the 


xiii. File Transfer Protocol (FTP) which was developed to transfer files among 

computers on the internet.

xiv. Usenet which was developed to serve as an electronic bulletin board

xv. Mailto which was developed to allow messages to be sent from the user 

of one computer on the Internet to the other users on other computers on the 


Answerd on:2014-11-10 Answerd By:edu-Freak

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