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Synonyms for Ping

a river in western Thailand

a sharp high-pitched resonant sound (as of a sonar echo or a bullet striking metal)

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hit with a pinging noise

sound like a car engine that is firing too early


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make a short high-pitched sound

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contact, usually in order to remind of something

send a message from one computer to another to check whether it is reachable and active

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Avoid vendor lock-in by supporting a variety of name server solutions including Secure64 DNS, BIND, NSD, and Nixu SNS
Our original edition of DNS Signer is priced in a way that is ideal for large government agencies and departments that have significant DNS infrastructure and multiple zones to sign," said Thomas Chalk, Senior Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Secure64.
Service providers are always looking for new ways to generate revenue," stated Steve Merkel, CIO, Data393, "and providing a premium, high performance, high availability DNS service that would be backed up by strict service level guarantees is one request we have had from many customers.
Alvarez & Associates, a Washington based Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business, was recently awarded the NASA Solutions for Enterprise-Wide Procurement (SEWP) IV contract under which the company will offer Secure64 DNS products.
It is likely that this latest apparent probing effort was testing the resiliency of DNS," explained Paul D.
It's no secret that DNS is part of almost all communications on the Internet and that it is being pushed to its limits.
Reacting quickly to DNS problems is critical to any business.
While the authoritative DNS infrastructure deservedly receives significant attention, as it supports the address of every domain on the Internet, the majority of DNS query responses are, in fact, generated from the cache of recursive servers.
We were able to leverage our patented techniques in selective DNS mitigation to protect the infrastructure at EveryDNS," said Peder Jungck, CTO and Founder at CloudShield Technologies.
DNS Expert already has the ability to provide complete analysis and problem-solving for Internet and Intranet zones and analyse DNS records on all server platforms.
Facilitating the task of DNS administration, Men & Mice has
DynDNS offers a Certification Program to recognize software and hardware that is fully compatible with the DNS Update API.
Meta IP/DNS is a revolutionary new DNS from MetaInfo, the leaders
com has grown into the preeminent web application and resource for IT professionals to better monitor and maintain this DNS infrastructure because of its set of free tools.
We're extremely pleased to announce this DNS upgrade for the FM TLD," remarked George T.