Planning and Implementing a Network_Unit3_IP

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Planning and Implementing a Network Unit 3 Individual Project Kregg M. Soltow August 3, 2011 American Intercontinental University
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The Domain Name System or (DNS), is commonly used to correlate any and all domain names to specific IP addresses, and alternatively is used for both, the Internet and private intranets’. What DNS does is it maps legible domain names (URLs) to coded IP addresses. An example of this could be www.yahoo.com is mapped to 66.248.81.101. General reasoning for this process is so that the everyday user doesn’t have to memorize any and all of the official IP addresses of the online sites they’re attempting to contact. Jan and Kim's company, JKLevering Inc., just so happens to be an available domain, (jklevering.com) and therefore would be an acceptable selection as their registered domain name. The first step in their domain registration process would be to locate a “registrar” service company and proceed to register the desired domain. Because they posses their own web server, they don’t need hosting services like that of which GoDaddy.com offers, because for this portion of the process, the registration of the
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