DNS is a node module used to do name resolution facility which is provided by the operating system as well as used to do an actual DNS lookup.
No need for memorising IP addresses – DNS servers provide a nifty solution of converting domain or subdomain names to IP addresses.
address of geeksforgeeks.org is "126.96.36.199" family: IPv4
address: 188.8.131.52 reverse for 184.108.40.206: ["server-52-222-176-140.bom52.r.cloudfront.net"]
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