- What does the Domain Name System accomplish?
It allows network-connected computers to use a textual name for a computer and look up its IP address
It keeps track of the GPS coordinates of all servers
It allows Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) to manage IP addresses on the various continents
It assigns different IP addresses to portable computers as they move from one WiFi to another
- What organization assigns top-level domains like ".com", ".org", and ".club"?
IANA - Internet Assigned Numbers Authority
IETF - Internet Engineering Task Force
ICANN - International Corporation for Assigned Network Names
IMAP - Internet Mapping Authorization Protocol
- Which of these is a domain address?
- Which of these is *not* something a domain owner can do with their domain?
Create new top-level domains
Assign an IP address to the domain or subdomain