name-to-address love

name-to-address

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  • Those follow the delegation chain to find a name-to-address mapping the first time, but then cache this information for some time. is a large set of those caching DNS servers placed around the world.

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  • DNS is becoming more, not less, critical as it becomes involved in more functions than the name-to-address mapping for which it was designed.

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  • Network communica - tion relies on a complex series of name-to-address resolution operations, routing from switch to switch to firewalls, which are thankfully becoming increasingly more prevalent.

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  • When the new IPv6 adddress format came into use, the need to change name-to-address mapping tools to handle that format is understandable.

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  • The longer the interval, the less DNS traffic is generated gives the IP address of a hierarchically higher name server to which the name server goes when it cannot complete a name-to-address or address-to-name mapping based on its own information.

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