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What is a domain name?
Domain names are the familiar, easy to remember names for web sites on the Internet. They correspond to a series of numbers (called Internet Protocol numbers) that serve as routing addresses on the Internet. Domain names are used generally as a convenient way of locating information and reaching others on the Internet. Examples: dnworld.com, archive.org
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What does it mean to "register" a domain name?
The Internet domain name system consists of a directory of all the domain names and their corresponding computers registered to particular companies and persons using the Internet. When you register a domain name, it will be associated with the computer on the Internet you designate during the period the registration is in effect.
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What is DNS?
DNS is the Domain Name System, a set of protocols for a distributed database that was originally designed to replace /etc/hosts files. DNS is most commonly used by applications to translate domain names of hosts to IP addresses. A client of the DNS is called a resolver; resolvers are typically located in the application layer of the networking software of each TCP/IP capable machine. Users typically do not interact directly with the resolver. Resolvers query the DNS by directing queries at name servers that contain parts of the distributed database that is accessed by using the DNS protocols. In common usage, "the DNS" usually refers just to the data in the database.
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What is an IP address?
An IP address (Internet Protocol address) is simply a series of digits, somewhat similar to a telephone number that specifies a unique location where the web site is located. Example: http://www.SnapHost.com can also be accessed directly by entering the IP (Internet Protocol) address of http://66.199.128.123
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What is an asking price?
An asking price is the price the seller is willing to sell a domain name. The seller may refuse to sell if the offer is below the asking price. Seller does not have to set an asking price, "no asking price" means the asking price is infinite.
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