Siehe auch "Domainname". Es können drei Typen von Domains unterschieden werden.
1.) Top-Level-Domain Gebräuchliche Top-Level-Domains sind z.B. .de, .com oder .net. Hiermit wird ein regionaler oder funktionaler Bereich gekennzeichnet. (.de steht für Deutschland, .com steht für kommerziell).
2.) Second-Level-Domain Diese Domains bestehen aus einem Namen, und durch Punkt getrennt einer nachfolgenden Top-Level-Domain (z.B. "").
3.) Third-Level-Domain Diese Unterformen der Second-Level-Domains dienen zumeist weiteren Abgrenzungen innerhalb der Domain. Oft werden örtliche Unterteilungen getroffen wie z.B. "". Third-Level-Domains werden auch als "Subdomains" bezeichnet.

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