What is a Country Code and Top Level Domain?

The last characters on a domain name are usually either a country code (e.g., .ac, .br, etc.) or a top level domain (e.g., .com, .org, etc.). This page describes the various values available.

Domain names around the world often have a country code associated with them. To see where these are from take a look at the list below. The links are to the latest WHOIS information for the top level domain.

First Level National Domains For Internet Addresses

Top Level Domains

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