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Each zone can contain records of various kinds (<emphasis>Resource Records</emphasis>):
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<primary>server</primary><secondary>name</secondary>
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The <emphasis>Domain Name Service</emphasis> (DNS) is a fundamental component of the Internet: it maps host names to IP addresses (and vice-versa), which allows the use of <literal>www.debian.org</literal> instead of <literal>5.153.231.4</literal> or <literal>2001:41c8:1000:21::21:4</literal>.
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DNS records are organized in zones; each zone matches either a domain (or a subdomain) or an IP address range (since IP addresses are generally allocated in consecutive ranges). A primary server is authoritative on the contents of a zone; secondary servers, usually hosted on separate machines, provide regularly refreshed copies of the primary zone.
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<primary>zone</primary><secondary>DNS</secondary>
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<primary>DNS</primary><secondary>zone</secondary>
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Each zone can contain records of various kinds (<emphasis>Resource Records</emphasis>):
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<literal>A</literal>: IPv4 address. <indexterm><primary>A, DNS record</primary></indexterm>
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<literal>CNAME</literal>: alias (<emphasis>canonical name</emphasis>). <indexterm><primary>CNAME, DNS record</primary></indexterm>
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<literal>MX</literal>: <emphasis>mail exchange</emphasis>, an email server. This information is used by other email servers to find where to send email addressed to a given address. Each MX record has a priority. The highest-priority server (with the lowest number) is tried first (see sidebar <xref linkend="sidebar.smtp" />); other servers are contacted in order of decreasing priority if the first one does not reply. <indexterm><primary>MX</primary><secondary>DNS record</secondary></indexterm>
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<literal>PTR</literal>: mapping of an IP address to a name. Such a record is stored in a “reverse DNS” zone named after the IP address range. For example, <literal>1.168.192.in-addr.arpa</literal> is the zone containing the reverse mapping for all addresses in the <literal>192.168.1.0/24</literal> range. <indexterm><primary>PTR, DNS record</primary></indexterm>
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<literal>AAAA</literal>: IPv6 address. <indexterm><primary>AAAA, DNS record</primary></indexterm>

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ButterflyOfFire 3 months ago Source string comment

Hi,
I noticed some différence between source strings tagging and translation. Source uses <emphasis>and translation uses <foreignphrase>. Is it a normal case ?

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