How to interpret the registration information of a domain?
Posted by markwahlbargg on March 29th, 2019
When you want to buy domain name and when we access the domain name registrar, you can see the following information:
"Domain Name": Domain name referred to by the information consulted.
"Status": a state in which the domain name is found. The possible values for this state depend on the Top Level Domain (TLD) to which the domain name belongs, but some common states for the case of the .com TLD are:
"OK": the domain is active and has no associated restrictions.
"ClientUpdateProhibited": The domain is active but is protected so that it is not possible to modify its name servers or its "AuthCode".
"ClientDeleteProhibited": The domain is protected so that it cannot be deleted.
"ClientRenewProhibited": The domain name is protected so that it cannot be renewed.
"RedemptionPeriod": The domain has expired, that is, the period during which it was hired has ended. The domain can remain in this state for up to 30 days and during this period. The user who registered the domain can still request its renewal.
"PendingRestore": The domain has expired and the user who registered it in his name has requested its renewal during the "redemption period" status. The domain can remain in this state for a period that can last up to a maximum of 7 days while the renewal is complete.
"PendingDelete": The domain has expired and its renewal has not been requested during the "redemption period" status. While the domain is in this state you cannot request domain renewal. The domain remains in this state for 5 days, after which the domain will be free again so that anyone can register it.
"Created on": Is the date on which the domain name was registered for the first time.
"Expires on": Date on which the domain expires, that is, the date on which the exclusive concession for the use of the domain name ends. If the user who has registered the domain does not renew it before this date, then the domain name will be free so that any user can register it in their name.
"Last update on": the date on which the domain name information was last updated, which happens, for example, each time the domain contract is renewed for an additional period of time.
"Registrant": this field contains the contact information of the person in whose name the domain is registered and who is usually known as the owner of the domain, that is, the person to whom the exclusive use license has been granted. The domain name for the period of time hired.
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