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Use this report to see the DNS names of visitors to your web site, consolidated at one useful level of domain name.
FlashStats defines a primary domain name as the one or two right-most parts of a DNS name. For two-letter country code domains (ccTLDs), FlashStats uses the last two parts of the domain name. For all other top level domains, FlashStats uses only the last part of the domain name.
See the Secondary Domains report to see the visitor DNS names consolidated at two levels of domain name.
If this report only shows one result (for "Unknown"), then FlashStats has not been configured to perform DNS lookups. In order to have FlashStats convert each IP address to its DNS name, click the All Advanced Options... button on the Report Set Options tab, and then make sure that the Perform DNS lookups check box is selected.
Please note that if you enable DNS lookups then FlashStats will convert all IP addresses during an extra step in its analysis. This will significantly increase the time required to generate a report, but only the first time each log file is analyzed. FlashStats will then cache the DNS names so that subsequent reports will not require any extra time. (By default, DNS names are cached for 60 days.)
Domain: The primary domain name.
Hits: The total number of hits from the given primary domain name. Each hit is counted separately, including duplicate hits from the same user (or domain).
Visits: The total number of visits from the given primary domain name.