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Unformatted text preview: Introduction to Computer Networking Scott Jordan 16 UCI University of California, Irvine IP Domain Name System (DNS): IP addresses and domain names are managed by Internet registries. Names are written as hostname.subdomain.domain, with an abitrary number of sub- domains, thus forming a tree. (Peterson, fig. 9.3) edu com princeton mit cs ee ux01 ux04 physics cisco yahoo nasa nsf arpa navy acm ieee gov mil org net uk fr Introduction to Computer Networking Scott Jordan 17 UCI University of California, Irvine IP Domain Name System (DNS): The translation from name to IP address is done by the Domain Name System. Each subdomain and domain has a name server. Together, these name servers act as a dis- tributed database. The highest level name servers are known as "root name servers". (Peterson, fig. 9.4) Root name server Princeton name server Cisco name server CS name server EE name server Introduction to Computer Networking Scott Jordan 18 UCI University of California, Irvine IP Domain Name System (DNS): A query to learn the IP address corresponding to a name goes through a sequence of name servers: (Peterson, fig. 9.5) Root name server Princeton name server CS name server Local name server Client 1 cicada.cs.princeton.educicada....
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