Berkeley Internet Name Domain


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Berkeley Internet Name Domain

(networking)
(BIND) An implementation of a DNS server developed and distributed by the University of California at Berkeley.

Many Internet hosts run BIND, and it is the ancestor of many commercial implementations.
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BIND, an acronym for Berkeley Internet Name Domain, is the most commonly used domain name server on the Internet and implements the Domain Name System (DNS) suite of protocols.
The process of matching domain names to IP addresses, known as resolution, requires multilingual enhancements to Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND), the predominant domain name server application software in use today.
Acme Byte & Wire is one of the world's leading specialists in the Domain Name System (DNS) and Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND) software - the software that makes the Internet work.

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