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DNS

abbr.
domain name system

DNS

abbreviation for
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (formerly in Britain)Department for National Savings
2. (Computer Science) computing domain name system
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The Yeti DNS project is loyal to the IANA as the DNS name space manager and all IANA top-level domain names will be precisely expressed in the Yeti DNS system, including all TLD data and meta-data.
Automated IP address and DNS name provisioning and reclamation for faster and more efficient deployment of virtual machines in an OpenStack cloud
Correctly identify active hosts via multiple descriptors including (but not limited to) IP address, operating system and version number, DNS name, hardware manufacturer, model, and version number;
This technique is called DNS spoofing, and it is a type of hacking attack in which data is fed into a DNS name server's cache database, which makes the name server give a different IP address and thus reroutes traffic, often to the attacker's computer.
The keypad supports DNS name servers, dynamic IP addressing, and live video via an IP camera.
With the growing complexity of online applications, the volume of total DNS queries has reportedly doubled in the last five years, and a modern website may require more than 100 DNS name resolutions in order to render the full page.
In most cases, these devices are also automatically given a dns name.
Switch Port Mapper is an extremely useful tool that scans the switches and displays port status, MAC Address, IP Address, DNS Name, and VLAN information.
7 will bring greater automation to the management of our IP and DNS name space, making it faster and easier for our administrators to respond to IP and DNS change requests and bring new systems and workloads onto the network," said Mark Miller, Partner at M&S Technologies.
All DNS requests are directed to and processed by the topologically closest NeuStar server, ensuring the fastest DNS name resolution response times and seamless failover capabilities.
DUBLIN -- Afilias, a global provider of Internet infrastructure services, today announced that its DNS network, which supports approximately 10 percent of the Internet's domain names, is secure from the recently announced BIND 9 vulnerability that could cause a denial of service (DoS) attack against DNS name servers.