DNS alias

   A host name that the Domain NameService (DNS) server knows points to another host. Computers always have one real name, but they can also have several aliases. A DNS alias is sometimes called a CNAME or a canonical name.
   See also Domain Name Service.

Dictionary of networking . 2014.

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