What is propagation? When visitors type your domain name into their Web browsers, their request is referred to a nameserver that indicates the physical location (the IP address) of your domain on the Internet. When your site location changes to a new IP address, or when you deploy a new site with a new domain […]
Who is responsible for managing domain names? A non-profit organization called Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is responsible for DNS management, IP address allocation, and managing databases related to namespaces – all that in accordance to highest security standards. So, whenever someone as a registrant tries to register a domain name, this request goes […]
What are domain name systems? The moment you register a domain name, it gets tied to a specific IP address that’s like no other in the whole wide world. Magical, right? So, to make it clear: when you type “google.com” into your browser, computers actually see the following string of numbers: 18.104.22.168, and they know […]
What is domain name? In everyday speech, we would say “the name of the website” instead of “domain name”. Each website has a unique IP (Internet Protocol) address that’s used for its identification in cyberspace. An IP address is a one-of-a-kind string of numbers that might seem nonsensical to humans, but actually represents numerical instructions computers understand.