domain name system
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A domain name system is, generally, any system by which domain names are mapped to IP addresses on a computer network.
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- The Domain Name System (capitalized) refers to the hierarchical system currently in use on the Internet.
- A domain name service is a specific piece of software which translates domain names into IP addresses for other software.