DNS name


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DNS name

The name of a Web server or other resource on the Internet that is identified in the DNS system. It can be the main domain name of an organization, such as www.abc.com, or another address used by the company, such as abc.go.com. In either case, the DNS name is a name stored in the DNS name resolution system so that it can be converted into an IP address. See DNS, Internet domain name and IP address.
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According to the DNS name resolution procedure, we break up the system into two components for our analysis:
The DNS name space is hierarchical, where the upper level domain is administratively responsible for its lower level domains.
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This order of query load is far below the peak capability of most DNS name servers.
Then, as you move clients to the new IPv6 client network, the new IPv6 DNS processes can 'hand out" the new IPv6 IP address of the virtual server, using the same DNS name that used to point to the IPv4 address.
* Since we know that Microsoft is taking data via two DNS names (ssw.live.com and dmd.metaservices.microsoft.com) we can create an entry in our corporate DNS to redirect traffic to these domains to another location (e.g.