A string of alphanumeric characters that identifies an IP Address.
An addressing construct used for identifying and locating computers on the Internet. Domain names provide a system of easy-to-remember Internet addresses, which can be translated by the Domain Name System (DNS) into the numeric addresses (Internet Protocol (IP) numbers) used by the network. A domain name is hierarchical and often conveys information about the type of entity using the domain name. A domain name is simply a label that represents a domain, which is a subset of the total domain name space. Domain names at the same level of the hierarchy must be unique. Thus, for example, there can be only one .COM at the top-level of the hierarchy, and only one verisign.com at the next level of the hierarchy.
a friendly name used to identify your company on the Internet
an authorized text representation of a numeric Internet Protocol address - the unique identifier of every destination on the Internet
an individual's or organization's unique name, which points to a specific Internet address
a string of typographic characters used to describe the location of a specific individual, business, computer, or piece of information online
An addressing mechanism used to identify and locate computers on the Internet. Doma in names at the same level of hierarchy (i.e. all .com domain names) are unique and provide an easy way to remember Internet addresses, which can be translated by the Domain Name System into the numeric addresses (Internet Protocol (IP) addresses) used by the network. A domain name is hierarchical and may convey information about the type of entity using the domain name. This is especially true for .pro domain names, which will only be available for registration by professionals.
The Internet name for a network or computer system. The name consists of a sequence of characters separated by periods, such as www.mwc.edu. The domain name is often the first part of the URL that follows ://. For example, the domain name in the URL http://www.ckp.edu/technical/reference/swftp.html is www.ckp.edu.
An organization's unique name on the Internet. The chosen name combined with a top level domain (TLD), such as .com or .org, makes up the Internet domain name.
The unique name that identifies an Internet entity.