domain name resolver

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domain name resolver

The function that converts a domain name, whether private or on the public Internet, into an IP address. See DNS and Active Directory.
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In addition, content distribution network (CDN) services, code and protocol conversion services (referring specifically to 'Domain name resolution services' in the 2015 edition) have been clarified, and Internet data center (IDC) services, call center services and information services have been segmented.
In 1999, ICANN created the Uniform Domain Name Resolution Policy (UDRP) to address problems related to cybersquatting and protect intellectual property rights.
As mentioned above, CN TLD server is only responsible for CN domain name resolution. Therefore, resolvers should not request it for other TLDs.
Domain name resolution is the process of typing or pasting a domain name into the browser address bar.
He begins his enlightening and equally frightening piece with a not-too-surprising statistic from the World Intellectual Property Organization: In 2007, the number of cybersquatting cases filed through its domain name resolution service set a new record.
VeriSign, which operates the .com and .net domain name resolution servers, saw that in between the third quarters of 2002 and 2003, the amount of email traffic grew by 245%, compared to a 51% overall growth in traffic.
If it's a .com name then the Uniform Domain Name Resolution Policy (UDRP) used by all top-level registrars is followed.
In the event of cybersquatting, a lawsuit could be brought under the ACPA, or arbitration pursuant to ICANN's uniform domain name resolution dispute policy (UDRP).
The new annual supplement for Intellectual Property Law in Cyberspace includes coverage of ICANN's domain name resolution policies, the application of the Anticybersquatting Consumer Protection Act, and an examination of the affects of recent relevant court cases.
BIND is a core part of the Internet's domain name resolution infrastructure - allowing the conversion of domain names into numeric Internet Protocol (IP) addresses.
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