An IP Address or DNS of the computer visiting your site, which appears in Logs as ‘22.214.171.124’ or ‘www.widgets.com.
The name assigned to a particular computer. When combined with the domain name, this forms the fully qualified domain name (which itself is often referred to as the domain name).
The name given to a machine. (See also FQDN.)
Name which officially identifies each computer attached to the Internet.
A hostname (also referred to as "host"), in the context of DynDNS, is a computer's unique name on the internet. For example dyndns.org who we use for dynamic domain name resolution services is a fully qualified domain name where as the "australian" section of our address www.australian.dyndns.org is a subdomain and the "www" section is the actual hostname of this server. ()
name of any device that is attached to the Internet and uses Internet protocols
A computer's "internet name". For instance, you are reading a file from a computer whose hostname is "gsu.edu"
hostname set or print name of current host system
A hostname (or sitename) can be thought of as a domain name. The hostname is translated in to an Internet address by the Domain Name System.
a fully qualified DNS domain name that can be resolved to one or more IP addresses via the DNS domain name service
a fully-qualified DNS domain name which can resolve into one or more IP numbers
a fully-qualified domain name which resolves into an IP address
a name given to a computer to make connecting to it easier
a name that you can call your computer that will allow you to remember it and find it on the network
an easy-to-remember alias for an IP address
a unique name that would identify a computer through a network, and is also known as site name
a usually simple, textual name (a name made of letters and sometimes also numbers) that at a given moment refers to (represents) an IP address
A hostname identifies a machine by a short name and a domain. For example, if the short name for a machine is "mymachine" and it is in the "res.wpi.net" domain, your fully-qualified hostname will be "mymachine.res.wpi.net"
A name that can be resolved into an IP Address using a name server.
A textual string which is mapped to an IP address, e.g., "kxcvax1.kenyon.edu".
A domain name or part of a domain which points to an IP, www.example.com would be a hostname or host so long as it points to an IP.
Name of a machine. This often is the name by which it can be reached on the network.
A unique name that identifies a single host on a network.
The name that uniquely identifies each host (system) on the local network.
A hostname (also referred to as a "host"), is a computer's unique name on the Internet, which points to that computer's IP address. ()
is a name for computer in the DNS. A hostname can also act as a domain name for a network. Subdomains can be added to the left part of hostname to refer to computers in that domain.
The numerical IP number or translated full hostname of the visitor, identifies a unique user
The name or alias of the host system to which you want to connect.
A name used to identify a network host.
This is the name your ISP may want you to use to contact it when logging on. A hostname has a specific IP Address matched to it.
The name for any machine on a network with an IP address. hostnames can also be part of a domain name. For example, login.netmar.com is the machine on our network that accepts telnet and ftp connections.
name of a specific computer. You can have several assigned for a single domain.
A name assigned to a host. To provide interoperability on the Internet, the hostname should conform to RFC 952, DOD Internet Host Table Specification.
A hostname is a human-readable string of characters used to identify a particular computer system.
A name which can be resolved (using a name server) into an IP Address.
The unique name by which a computer is known on a network. The hostname is used to identify the computer in electronic mail, Usenet news, or other forms of electronic information exchange. On the Internet, the hostname is an ASCII string, e.g., schnauz.office.aol.com, that consists of a local part ( schnauz.office) and a domain name ( aol.com). The hostname is translated into an Internet address either via the /etc/hosts file or an application like Domain Name System (DNS). It is possible for one computer to have several hostnames (aliases) though one is designated as its standard or primary name.
A TCP/IP command that returns the local workstation?s hostname used for authentication by TCP/IP utilities. This value is the workstation?s computer name by default, but it can be changed.
The DNS name for a single computer on the Internet, e.g. www.yahoo.com.
sets or prints the name of the current host system
The name of the operating system's server or computer which contains the major program files.
Name of system on the network.
The hostname is a common alphanumeric alias for the IP address of a station.
The common name of a computer (or host) on the Internet. For example, www.iphouse.com
The name of a computer on the Internet (generally something like www.company.com) that you may be able to access and use. See Part III.
The name of a computer on the Internet. The hostname represents the IP address for the computer.
The name used to identify a computer on the Internet, for example, "ftp.fetchsoftworks.com". This is usually how you refer to a server when connecting to it with Fetch. Hostnames form the first part of most URLs.
The name of a computer on a network or the internet. Every Website address is also a hostname, for example the hostname www.case.edu refers to a computer named www on the case.edu domain. (The edu stands for Educational) You can set the Hostname when you first register your network card, otherwise there is a webpage where you can change the hostname for computers registered to you.
Because all access to the world-wide web is made via computer, a hostname is actually the unique name by which a particular computer is known on a network. In practice, however, a web address or host name usually refers to an organisation (such as www.wlv.ac.uk for the University) or an individual (for people who have individual e-mail accounts or personal web pages). On the Internet, this hostname is referred to as a Domain Name.
This attribute represents the name or IP address of the network location without any port number.
A name for a machine in the form machine.domain.dom, which is translated into an IP address. For example, www.example.com is the machine www in the subdomain example and com domain.
The unique name that identifies a computer on a network.
The name given a host computer connected to the Internet.
The name given to an individual computer attached to the Internet.
The unique name given to a computer on a network; - a DOS command that returns the host name of the computer.
The fully qualified name of a specific server or computer on the Internet. Every networked computer has a hostname, by which it is known on the network. For example, webct1.cc.iastate.edu is the name of the server hosting WebCT software at Iowa State. A specific computer or device name is the first part of the hostname and a domain name is the latter part of the hostname. In this example, webct1 is a computer name and cc.iastate.edu is a domain name.
An identifier for a specific machine on the Internet. The hostname identifies not only the machine, but also its subnet and domain. For example, www.getty.edu (See domain name).
The name given to a machine. See Fully Qualified Domain Name.
The unique name by which a computer is known on a network, used to identify it when sending and receiving e-mail, Usenet news, or other forms of electronic information interchange such as Web hosting.
A name by which a host is known to other hosts on a network.
A hostname (occasionally also, a sitename) is the unique name by which a network attached device (which could consist of a computer, file server, network storage device, fax machine, copier, cable modem, etc.) is known on a network. The hostname is used to identify a particular host in various forms of electronic communication such as the World Wide Web, e-mail or Usenet.