Domain Name System (DNS) is a system that helps in assigning a domain name and its related IP address to any given internet-based domain name. This system was originally developed by the National Academy of Administration (NAFA) as a research tool for the purpose of assigning domain names. The DNS also helps in creating dynamic, localized search results on certain keywords or query terms. The domain name system has various subfunctions like:
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– Domain name system – this function is basically implemented as a part of the DNS software that is installed on the web server to assign a domain name to any given internet-based domain. Domain name system assigns the given internet-based domain name to a specific internet site. The DNS software then searches for an appropriate name from a database that is loaded into it whenever a request is made to such a domain-name system.
– Traffic analysis – when a website is visited by a human visitor, what he sees is the result of what he was looking for. The system detects this information from the URL (which is typically part of the web page URL) and displays a list of all matching websites. The system then calculates the number of people who have accessed this URL. The number of visitors and their activities form an important data set that the system uses to assign a particular domain name.
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– Domain name system – this is actually a part of the DNS software that maintains information about different names that have already been registered with the system. These names are recorded in an internal database that is updated whenever a new name is registered. Every domain name registered with the DNS must be unique. Failure to follow this policy can lead to the blocking of a domain name. Also, failure to register a domain name in an appropriate manner can lead to the suspension or cancellation of the registration process altogether.
– Directory submission – when a domain name is submitted to the DNS, it first goes through a checker that verifies the owner of the domain. If the domain name is found to be correctly owned by the specified entity, the next level of checking involves the verification process administered by the ICANN itself. This step verifies that the registered entity is not a trademark or a copyrighted product. Verification of this nature is also done when the domain is initially registered with the Domain Name Registrar.
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– Directory submission – when a domain name is submitted to the DNS, it also undergoes a directory submission process. This step involves submitting the name to a major search engine which will generate a list of related sites. This search is done to determine if the name is available for purchase by an interested party.
– Redirection – this is basically a change of one’s IP address. When a domain name is registered with the Domain Name Registrar, they are added to the ‘reverse’ IP address list of various internet service providers. When an individual registers their name with a Domain Name Registrar, they become listed as an addressee on the system which means their IP address is changed to that of the Registered Name Registrar’s system.
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– Linking – when a domain name is registered, it is added to a number of ‘link trees’ which are basically links on the web pages of various domain name owners. The linking process involves domain name owners getting to request links to their registered name from other sites. These links are checked against other names which reference the registered name and this triggers a vote to approve or disapprove of the request. If the link passes a certain quality threshold, it becomes a live link that a user may visit.
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