FAQ For Dot BD Domain
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1. What is a top level domain?
Top level domain is the rightmost part of a domain name. For example, com, edu, net, org, gov, mil, int are some of the most commonly used top level domains.
2. Who assigns these top level domains?
Top level domains are assigned by the “Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers” (ICANN). It is a non-profit corporation formed to assume responsibility for the IP address space allocation, protocol parameter assignment, domain name system management, and root server system management. Previously this task was assigned to IANA (Internet assigned number authority).
3. What is a ccTLD (Country code top level domain)?
A top level domain is assigned for every country to represent the country in the Internet world. For example .uk, .jp , .bd , .au are the ccTLD of United Kingdom, Japan, Bangladesh and Australia respectively. [ccTLD list] . A two letter country code specified by the ISO 3166-1 standard is used for this purpose.
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