Also known as URL(Uniformed Resource Locator) is a unique identifier of a web site. For example our site Internet address or URL is http://www.besthostratings.com. Please note the http:// part. It tells your computer what type of address is that. All web pages start with http://. FTP site start with ftp:// followed by the site domain name.
The numeric address denoting the actual address used by Internet processes to address computers and servers on the Internet. Although we generally refer to computers by their IP names, the Internet uses the IP number, which is composed of a series of four sets of numbers separated by periods (dots). An example is 188.8.131.52, which is the literal address of the WebCT server at the Durham Center.
(Also Internet number) The dotted-quad address (eg. 184.108.40.206) used to specify a host computer. The 32-bit Internet address is made up of a network number, a subnetwork number, and a host number. Each host computer on the Internet, has a unique address. All Internet hosts have a numeric address and an English-style name.A Resolver is used to translate between hostnames and Internet addresses.
The electronic location of someone on the Internet, his or her mailing address. Internet addresses start with the person's name, logon name, of nickname, followed by an @ (at) sign, then the name of a computer, a dot, then a domain. For example [email protected]
The url or domain name of a distinct place on the Internet and/or the World Wide Web (www). The Internet Address is the numerical address that a location on the Internet is identified as. Computers on the Internet use IP addresses to route traffic and establish connections. These addresses are generally known as by their names. Use of the friendlier naming system (domain names) relys on the DNS or Domain Name System.
A unique 32-bit number that identifies a host's connection to an Internet network. An Internet address is commonly represented as a network number and a host number and takes a form similar to the following: 192.0.2.0.
a 32 bit code assigned to hosts using TCP/IP, written as four octets separated with periods (dotted decimal format) that are made up of a network section, an optional subnet section and a host section. Synonym: IP Address.
This is how computers locate each other on the internet. People refer to these via the Domain Name, such as www.oxfam.org.uk. Computers use a thing called the Domain Name Server to convert this into a number (or IP address), such as 220.127.116.11 .
A 32-bit address assigned to hosts using TCP/IP. The address is written as four octets separated with periods (dotted decimal format) that are made up of a network portion and a host portion to make routing of information using the address easier.
Every resource on the Internet, including every web page, has a unique address. Internet addresses, or URLs (Uniform Resource Locators) as they are also known, help web browsers seek out and find web pages and other resources on the Internet.
An IP address assigned in blocks of numbers to user organizations accessing the Internet. These addresses are established by the United States Department of Defense's Network Information Center. Duplicate addresses can cause major problems on the network, but the NIC trusts organizations to use individual addresses responsibly. Each address is a 32-bit address in the form of x.x.x.x where is an eight- bit number from 0 to 255. There are three classes: A, B and C, depending on how many computers on the site are likely to be connected.
This is the name you type in the URL to get around the Internet. For example www.folksonline.com gets you to our home page. The .com means we are a business. Below are other endings which tell you what type of web site you are going to. Most schools are .edu , while most non-profit companies are .org etc.
The network address of a computer node. This address identifies both which network the host is on and which host it is. Refer to the Installing and Administering LAN/9000 Software manual for detailed information about network addressing.
The numbering system used in TCP/IP Internetwork communications to specify a particular network or a particular host on that network with which to communicate. Internet addresses are commonly denoted in dotted decimal form.
An assigned number that identifies a host in an internet. It has two parts: an IP address and a prefix length. The prefix length indicates how many of the most specific bits of the address constitute the network prefix.
An address for a resource on the Internet that is used by Web browsers to locate Internet resources. An Internet address typically starts with a protocol name, followed by the name of the organization that maintains the site; the suffix identifies the kind of organization it is. For example, the address http://www.yale.edu/ provides the following information: http: This Web server uses the Hypertext Transfer Protocol. www: This site is on the World Wide Web. edu: This is an educational institution. Internet address is also called Uniform Resource Locator (URL).
Also called an IP address. It is a 32-bit address assigned to hosts using TCP/IP. The address is written as four octets separated with periods (dotted decimal format) that are made up of a network section, an optional subnet section, and a host section.
A code or series of letters, numbers and/or symbols by which the Internet identifies you or a location where information is stored. Through the use of addresses, people can send you e-mail, look at your Web site, and send or receive files and documents.