Definitions for "Fully-qualified domain name"
The unique name that identifies a specific Internet location. See also domain name.
The unique name of a network entity, consisting of a hostname and a domain name that can resolve to an IP address. For example, "www" is a hostname, "" is a domain name, and "" is a fully-qualified domain name.
Domain names reflect the domain hierarchy. Domain names are written from most specific (a host name) to least specific (a top-level domain), with each part of the domain separated by a dot '.'. A fully qualified domain name (FQDN) starts with a specific host and ends with a top-level domain. An example of this could be: Name Type FQDN engarde Machine Name Domain Name com Domain