|CNAME||A Canonical Name record (abbreviated as CNAME record) allows you to map multiple names to the same server. Generally, it is used on servers that provide both www and mail services.|
|Domain Name||A string used to represent the server address. Multiple domain names are separated by dots (.).|
|Domain Name Resolution||A process or service that converts a domain name to an IP address or other address.|
|Domain Name Bind||A process that binds a domain name to a server. After resolving a domain name to a server, you must bind the domain name to the server for proper access to the website.|
|File Extraction||A process that extracts files from compressed packages.|
|FTP||File Transfer Protocol (abbreviated as FTP) is a protocol used to transmit data between computers.|
|Default Index Page||The index page is opened by default when a website is accessed.|
|Access Statistics Report||A graphical report based on the access logs of the website. It shows the access distribution conditions, such as file distribution, visitor location, and browsers.|
|Resource Monitoring||A function that allows you to view the usage of Web Hosting resources by diagrams, such as the usage of CPU and memory.|
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