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nternational general purpose gTLD domain name due to delete the situation and the common state re

Posted by: | Posted on: February 26, 2017

How many days will the

1 domain name expire to delete?

For example, the domain name admin2.com

expiration time for the 2007 05 month 01 days, from 05 2007 01 June, the NS domain name will be automatically deleted, the domain name cannot be resolved, continue to retain the domain name registration of 30 days, users can renew during the 30 day period; if not in the renewal of the 30 day period, from 2007 05 month 31 days, the domain will become Redemption Period (redemption period), the state will remain for 30 days, during which the domain name will not fall down, but in addition to the Restore command all commands outside of this domain name is invalid; domain name can be Restore back in Redemption Period state, but each Restore a time to pay fees, the stipulated fee standard in all different TLD; if the domain name in the RedemptionPeriod state for 30 days without restore, from the beginning of June 29, 2007 the domain name into PendingDe Lete status (5 days), 2003 – 07, 2009, the domain name will be deleted. About the domain name from maturity to fall to 30+30+5=65 days.

2 gTLD common state:

VeriSign in January 2003 in its Registry Whois (.COM and.NET) began to display Status (state) field. Status is currently found in 8 states, namely:

1, ACTIVE: active state. By the registration authority (Registry); the domain name can be changed by the Registrar; can be renewed; at least is assigned a DNS.

2, REGISTRY-LOCK: registration authority locked. Set by the registration authority; the domain can not be modified or deleted by the registration authority; must terminate the status for the Registrar to modify the domain; the domain can be renewed; if the domain name is assigned at least one DNS, it can be included in the registration and management mechanism of ZONE FILE (can be resolved. Can be used normally).

3, REGISTRY-HOLD: registration authority reserves. Set by the registration authority; the domain can not be modified or deleted by the registration authority; must terminate the status for the Registrar to modify the domain; the domain can be renewed; the domain name is not included in the registration authority of the ZONE FILE (not be resolved, can not be used).

4, REGISTRAR-LOCK: register lock. The domain name is set by the original registrar; the domain name can not be changed or deleted; must be registered by the state to change the domain name information





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