FQDN - Fully Qualified Domain Name

A FQDN is a term used to describe the absolute location of a node within the DNS (Domain Name System). FQDNs allow DNS to trace the address of a network node such as a server through the DNS tree hierarchy to a Top Level Domain and eventually to the root nameserver.

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