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Domain name resolution in a network having multiple overlapping address domains










Image Number 13 for United States Patent #6493765.

A technique for domain name resolution in a communication network having multiple overlapping address domains involves translating a destination host domain name into a destination host local address that is ambiguous within the communication network, and then translating the destination host local address into a unique destination host global address. A domain name system proxy uses a domain name system server in the destination address domain to translate the destination host domain name into the destination host local address, and uses a network address translator to translate the destination host local address into the destination host global address.








 
 
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