T1 connection A T1 connection is a phone or data connection supporting the transfer of up to 1.544Mbits of data per second. T1 connections are commonly used by businesses and ISPs.
Tape backup A tape backup is a common and cost-effective method to back up Web pages. The device looks similar to a cassette. Some cassettes can store several gigabytes of data.
TCL TCL, or Tool Command Language, is a scripting language and interpreter designed to embed in other applications.
TCP/IP TCP/IP, or Transmission Control Protocol, works with the IP address to ensure successful packet delivery to the intended destination.
Technical contact A technical contact is typically the individual or company managing the primary domain name nameserver.
Telnet Telnet is a command-line interface allowing communication between remote users and a Web server.
Third-level domain name A third-level domain name is the next highest level of the hierarchy below second-level domain names. A third-level domain name, if present, falls to the left of the "dot" and to the right of the second-level domain name. In coolexample.co.uk, the third-level domain name is .co.
Tom Cat Tom Cat is an open-source application of Java Servlet and JavaServer Pages technologies developed under Apache Software's Jakarta project.
Traceroute A traceroute is a UNIX command that produces a log of the precise locations of servers used to access a location on the Internet.
Trackback A trackback sends a ping from one site to another (both must be equipped for trackbacks) to notify of new link creation. Trackbacks notify the author of a post that the post has been added to another blog. Transfer Concierge® The Transfer Concierge is the department specializing in resolving domain name transfer issues.
TTL TTL, or Time To Live, controls how often DNS changes will be submitted for propagation. TXT record A TXT record, or text record, associates specified text with a host or other name. It is used to define the SPF record.