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In Internet parlance, top-level domains, or TLDs, are the last label of a fully qualified domain name and the end of a URL, according to web sources.
Reports can include the fully qualified domain name (FQDN), IP Address, and Network Description (node name as reported by SNMP or NetBIOS during autodiscovery).
The Domain Naming Service entries for all Universal Resource Locator (URL) referenced systems comprising the site must be resolvable, both as a Fully Qualified Domain Name, and as an Internet Protocol (IP) address, and the InterNIC contact information for the site's domain name must be accurate.