internet

@ponnamma (150)
India
March 15, 2007 9:43am CST
what is this DNS in internet? anybody knows it?
2 responses
• United States
15 Mar 07
If I could make a suggestion to you with out you taking offense it would be this. Try coming up with topics that people want to respond to. Mylot is not a questions and answers game. You are asking one lined guestions that no one is going to respond to and you are flooding the pages with nearly the same thing over and over. These types of posts get ignored big time and do not offer you a chance to make any money if that is what you are here for. Try responding to other peoples discussions who have been here for awhile so that you can get the feel for what works. Make your posts of quailty that adds to the conversation. I hope you don't mind just thought I would try and help you here. Good luck.
• United States
15 Mar 07
BTW if you continue I am afraid you will be reported to admin and continue to get a negitive rating.
@tintusam (1169)
• India
15 Mar 07
Internet addresses are represented in several ways, but all the formats are translated to a 32-bit number called IP address. To meet the current and future demand for addresses the 32-bit numbered IP addresses have been replaced by 128-bit numbered IP addresses. When the IP protocol assembles a message packet prior to sending to its destination on the internet, it contains both the source IP address and the destination IP address. They are written as a series of up to four separate numbers delineated by a period called a dotted quad. Each of the four numbers can range from zero to 255, so the possible IP addresses begin with 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255. Internet users find the dotted notation difficult to remember and error prone. In its place most people use the naming convention called the Uniform Resource Locator (URL). A URL consists of at least two, and as many as four, parts. A simple two-part URL contain the protocol used to access a resource on the internet followed by the location of the resource. An address such as www.microsoft.com or www.yahoo.com is called a domain name. Domain names contain two or more word groups separated by periods. The leftmost part of the domain name (excluding “www”) is the most specific portion of the name. Each part of the domain name is general as u move to the right and the right-most portion is the most general.