Difference between Subdomain and Childdomain

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Hi What is the difference between Subdomain and childdomain. If possible give one reason. Thanks in advance. Manjunatha Reddy
ASKED: November 11, 2005  4:39 PM
UPDATED: November 12, 2005  2:48 AM

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There is no difference between these two. These terms are used interchagibly.

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  • Vivday
    There is no difference between these two. These terms are used interchagibly. Thanks,
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  • Bobkberg
    vivday is correct. See "DNS and Bind" by Paul Albitz and Cricket Liu. Bob
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