Network - Domain (Site)

1 - About

A domain is the highest level of a property on a network (internet/intranet).

It's a part of each DNS name (They are used primarly in DNS record to map them to a physical computer)

3 - Properties

3.1 - Name

3.2 - FQDN

4 - Registry

The domain are registered in a Network - Name Service

5 - Tree

5.1 - Root

Network - Top Level Domain (Tld) - Suffix - root domain (top-level)example.org

5.2 - Sub

  • sub www.example.org

5.3 - Expiration

On Aug. 31, 2013, ICANN adopted the Expired Registration Recovery Policy (ERRP), which requires registrars to disclose important information to Registrants and prospective customers about expiration notices, fees and redemption procedures.

5.4 - Whois / Lookup

5.5 - Security

Domain holders can activate:

  • DNSSEC
  • and Registry Lock.

clientDeleteProhibited
clientTransferProhibited
clientUpdateProhibited
serverDeleteProhibited
serverTransferProhibited
serverUpdateProhibited

5.6 - Dispute / Complaint

5.7 - Premium

Premium domains are high-value domains that have the potential to become popular web addresses with strong branding opportunities.

Premium domains are short, easy-to-remember domain names with popular extensions. They may come with a significantly higher domain registration price, and in some cases, they may have a higher domain renewal and transfer cost as well.

The domains are marked as premium on Registry level (this is not done by a Registrar company) The price is also established by the Registry and may vary only slightly depending on the Registrar you choose.

5.8 - API

5.9 - Reselling


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