The DNS resolution process is the core of understanding how the Domain Name System works. That’s why, in this article today, we will explore it. So, let’s start.
DNS resolution description
Domain Name System (DNS) resolution is the procedure of acquiring an IP address (IPv4 or IPv6 addresses) through its domain. This is done to make life easier for online users. The easiest way to understand DNS resolution is to picture a phone book with the names of people in it. But because it’s so hard to remember their phone numbers, we don’t. The same idea applies to DNS resolution. It gets to its IP address via the domain name by sending DNS queries.
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The topic of today’s article is exactly the IPv4. And if you desire to learn more about its definition, what it looks like, and how to check it, great! You are in the right place. So let’s not waste any more time and explore it!
Introduction to IPv4
The fourth IP version is IPv4. On the Internet and other packet-switched networks, it is one of the fundamental protocols of standards-based internetworking techniques. In 1982, the Atlantic Packet Satellite Network (SATNET), a satellite network that was a part of the early development of the internet, implemented Internet Protocol version 4 for the first time. To this day, we still use it.
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