Fred Baker wrote:
Sorry, probably that's all obvious, but where is ["domain suffix"]
At the Verisign site. It is the new-speak for use when all us ancient
geeky types would prefer "TLD".
Not quite. A TLD is the right most (visible) field, like com, net, my
or us, whereas a "suffix" is typically longer, constituting an
"organizationl" base domain name string, like example.com, or mtview.ca.us.
Stig Venaas wrote:
> It's what a client might add to it's hostname to form an FQDN.
is a particularly practical way of putting it.
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