An FNS group can point to an IP address or a DNS name and can have subgroups or free names to follow it. There are two types of FNS groups: closed groups and open groups.
To obtain a closed group must already be in possession of an eponymous name free, and then turn it into closed group using the’users private area. At the moment the FNS system allows to create within a closed group belonging to a user only names free or closed groups belonging to the same user.
For an open group you must register as a maintainer using the’area mantainer specially redesigned to free system; in fact, you can create open groups of first and second level.
The first level open groups can contain open sets of second level, closed groups and free names belonging to any user; the same thing applies to open groups of second level, with the exception of the fact that they can not contain open groups of the third or subsequent level as currently for the Free Name System of open groups exist only one and two levels. Each open group will be stored in the public directory of open groups FNS, available here.
Here are some examples:
|firstgroup.secondgroup.name1||primogruppo (level 1)secondogruppo (level 2)|
|fns.myname||united nations (level 1)|
|name2||name2 (level 1)|
|ilmiogruppo.ilmiosecondogruppo||ilmiogruppo (level 1)ilmiosecondogruppo (level 2)|
In the example it is assumed that “name2” e “ilmiosecondogruppo” FNS are closed groups. You can not understand, therefore, if only reading the last part of a name FNS (the one immediately to the right of the last point, if there was) is a free name or closed group. Assuming instead that “primogruppo” is a closed group, it can be deduced that “secondogruppo” e “name1” belong to the same user who owns “primogruppo”.
In the second name FNS table, “united nations” It is an open group (as it is clear from the list of open public FNS groups), therefore “myname” It does not belong to the maintainer of the open group “united nations” because the maintainer can not have own names free or closed groups (if not creandosi a second account in the User) ed “fns.myname” it does not appear in the public list; in fact in this case “myname” It is owned by another user.