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.NAME

.NAME is considered a global Top-Level Domain (gTLD). A .NAME domain is mostly used by individuals, who would like to create an internet presence beneath their last name.

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Introduced 2001
TLD Type Generic
Category Lifestyle & Identity
Registry DotName
IDN Capable Yes
Webpage Register .NAME

Contents


Registry

TLD

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Registry

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Dispute Policy

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Limitations
  • Registrant Contacts: Required: / Maximum:
  • Admin Contacts: Required: / Maximum:
  • Tech Contacts: Required: / Maximum:
  • Billing Contacts: Required: / Maximum:

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Allowed number of NS

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Periods

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API

Domain Registration

Domains can be registered with the API AddDomain command.

command = AddDomain
domain  = (DOMAIN)

REQUIRED

ownercontact0 = (CONTACT)
admincontact0 = (CONTACT)
techcontact0 = (CONTACT)
billingcontact0 = (CONTACT)
nameserver0 = (NAMESERVER)
nameserver1 = (NAMESERVER)

OPTIONAL

secdns-ds# = <LONGTEXT> | <NULL>
secdns-key# = <LONGTEXT> | <NULL>
secdns-maxsiglife = <INT>

auth = <TEXT> | <NULL>
host# = <TEXT> | <NULL>
transferlock = 0 | 1 | <NULL>
subuser = <TEXT> | <NULL>

nameserverset = <TEXT> | <NULL>

Domain Transfer

There is a special procedure to handle a domain transfer. Please contact our Support-Team if you should need further information.

command = TransferDomain
domain = (DOMAIN)

REQUIRED

auth = <TEXT> | <NULL>
action = REQUEST | APPROVE | DENY | CANCEL | USERTRANSFER
domainauth = <TEXT>

OPTIONAL

emaillanguage = <TEXT>
emailurl = <TEXT>
emaillanguage = <TEXT>
emailtac = <TEXT>
requestentity = <TEXT>
emailsender = <TEXT> | <NULL>
emailsubject = <TEXT> | <NULL>

subuser = <TEXT> | <NULL>
period = <PERIOD>

transferlock = 0 | 1 | <NULL>

Delete Domain

Domains can be deleted with the API DeleteDomain command.
There is no Deletion Restorable Period.

command = DeleteDomain
domain = (DOMAIN)

REQUIRED

n/a

OPTIONAL

domainalerttriggercode = <TEXT> | <NULL>
repository = <TEXT> | <NULL>


Restore Domain

command = RestoreDomain
domain = (DOMAIN)

REQUIRED

n/a

OPTIONAL

renewalmode = <NULL> | <TEXT>
subuser = <TEXT>

Ownerchange

TLD specific

Domain Limitations and Requirements

.NAME Email Forwardings

You have the choice to register second-level domain names, third-level domains and Email Forwarding (e.g. [email protected]). Email Forwarding is similar to second-level domain names, where they can be registered, modified and transferred.

.NAME email forwarding-Transfer

It is also possible to transfer a .NAME email forwarding, which is handled like a regular domain transfer:

command = TransferDomain
domain = [email protected]
auth = <text> 

This command would initiate a transfer of the email forwarding [email protected]

.NAME Email Forwarding-Email-Registration

The following example shows you how to register a .NAME email forwarding while configuring it to forward to a private email address:

command = AddDomain
domain = [email protected]
period = 1
ownercontact0 = <HANDLE>
admincontact0 = <HANDLE>
techcontact0 = <HANDLE>
billingcontact0 = <HANDLE>
x-name-emailforward = [email protected]

IMPORTANT: Please note that the above command ONLY registers [email protected] and does NOT register the domain name doe.name. However, once [email protected] is successfully registered, the second-level domain name, doe.name, or the third-level domain, john.doe.name will no longer be available to the public. Email forwarding is billed annually similar to a second-level domain name. However, please refer to the pricing list as the cost of the registration is different from a second-level .NAME registration If a .NAME domain already exists for more than 7 days, you need to contact the support team to register the respective email address manually.



Addons

RegistrarOC

No special procedures.