A person can register a TV domain name on websites such as Domain.com, Namecheap.com and GoDaddy.com. These websites allow visitors to check the availability of specific domain names by using their search functionality. ... More »

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Search tools that show you where a domain name is registered are WHOis and GoDaddy. In order to use WHOis, enter the particular domain name into the provided search box on WHOis.net and then press the "GO" icon. More »

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Obtain your own domain by accessing a domain registrar service. Check for name availability, and if your name is available, secure it by agreeing to the purchase terms and paying for the domain. More »

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A WHOIS query is a way to obtain information about a domain name, including the owner's name, the location the domain is registered, when the domain expires and what nameservers the domain is using. WHOIS searches can lo... More »

Update an "A record" form to change an IP address associated with a FQDN, or fully qualified domain name. This effectively changes the IP address associated with an Internet address name, which is commonly used as a URL ... More »

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Find and register a free domain name at Freenom.com. Freenom offer free domain names with the suffixes TK, ML, GA, CF and GQ. Registration and renewal of these domains are free of charge. Some very short domain names or ... More »

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DNS, which stands for "Domain Name System," works like a phone book that converts a domain name or website name into an Internet protocol (IP) address, a unique number that identifies every device on a network. DNS enabl... More »