The process of determining the numerical address based on the URL.
A service that resolves client’s IP addresses into domain names and then records this information in the remotehost section of Purveyor’s transaction log.
the process of resolving an IP address (ie 192.168.11.137) to a host name (ie summary.net). DNS names are registered with the global name server. Most web servers can be configured to do DNS lookups on the IP address of incoming requests, but is more efficient to not have the web server do it. Either the web server or Summary can do the lookups. Someone must do the lookups if you want the Countries and Domains reports to work. If the Domains report is empty, it could be that DNS lookups are turned off both in the server and in Summary.
The process of converting a unique IP address (of a site visitor) to its domain name. Often used in site statistics software to analyze server log files.
Or sometimes referred to as Reverse DNS Lookup. Most often used by webmasters while looking at server log files. It converts a unique IP address of a site visitor to its domain name.
(Reverse DNS Lookup) The process of converting a numeric IP address into a text name, for example, 184.108.40.206 is converted to www.googleanalytics.com.
The process of converting a unique IP address (of a web site visitor) to its domain name. Used in site statistics software to analyse site traffic.
The Domain Name Service act of matching a friendly, readable domain name (such as www.watchguard.com) to its associated IP address.