What is domain name
A domain name is really just your
address on the Internet. It's where people can
find you, and it serves as your online identity.
Businesses typically register domain names with
their company name and sometimes also register
their product names. Individuals often register
family names or names that have a personal interest
Domain names have two parts: the label and
the extension, or top-level domain, separated
by a 'dot.' In dns2p.com, 'dns2p' is the label
and 'com' is the top-level domain.
There are over 20 domain name extensions to
choose from. Popular domain name extensions
such as .COM and .NET are typically used by
for-profit companies, while .ORG is often used
to denote a non-profit organization. Other generic
extensions such as .INFO and .BIZ have more
recently become available as well. You can also
register domain names that are specific to a
certain country. For example, the extensions
.US, .UK, and .DE correspond to the United States
, United Kingdom , and Germany , respectively.
If you have registered the top-level domain at other companies, and you want to use our dns2p DNS, you should change your top-level DNS into: Mainstay DNS server..