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# Host Server Name Server Type Location Status
31 WireGuard S18 WireGuard Singapore
32 OpenVPN S10 OpenVPN Singapore
33 OpenVPN S11 OpenVPN Singapore
34 WireGuard S19 WireGuard Singapore
35 OpenVPN S12 OpenVPN Indonesia
36 WireGuard X20 WireGuard Indonesia
37 WireGuard X21 WireGuard Chicago
38 WireGuard S22 WireGuard Singapore
39 WireGuard S23 WireGuard Singapore
40 WireGuard S24 WireGuard Singapore
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Host Name or Domain Name

There is often confusion about what is a host name and what is a domain name.

A domain name is the name that is purchased from a registrar. It will be something like or Note that there is no www at the beginning of a domain name. A domain name can be subdivided into sub-domains - for example Once you own a domain, there is no reasonable limit to the number (or names) of the sub-domains you can create. A sub-domain can be allocated to a host machine - for example a PC. In fact many sub-domains can be allocated to the same host machine. The way sub-domains are allocated to a host machine is to create a record in the DNS (Domain Name Servers) that records the sub-domain name and the IP address of the host machine. Any requests for a sub-domain (e.g. are converted to an IP address by DNS and the IP address is used to route the request through the network until it reaches the host machine.

In the early years of the Internet, each sub-domain would have a unique IP address so it was common for a host machine to have only one sub domain name. Nowadays, the common practice is to have many sub-domains with the same IP address. It is also common for the domain name to be converted to the IP address of the host machine that runs the www sub domain.

A host name is the unique name of a machine. When the host operating system is set up it is given a name. This name may reflect the prime use of the machine. For example, a host machine that converts host names to IP addresses using DNS may be called and a host machine that is a web server may be called When we need to find the host name from an IP address we send a request to the host using its IP address. The host will respond with its host name.