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What is a FQDN?




FQDN refers to Fully Qualified Domain Name and it is the complete name of a specific computer or host on the internet. It consists of the hostname, and the domain name. For example, clienthub.switemtech.com refers to a host called clienthub on the switemtech.com domain. ‘.com’ is the TLD.



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