Domain status is a required field of each WhoIs server and a fundamental characteristic of the domain.
This is the status of the new default domain. This status is set by the registry (ie, the organization responsible for the zone is not to be confused with the registrar, an example of the registry is InterNIC, RIPN). A domain can be edited by a registrar (a registrar is a person with registrant rights to officially register domains in a given zone, for example, Register, Webnames, not to be confused with resellers). The domain can be updated (ie, not only can you change the information that is included in the WhoIs fields of the servers, but also extend the domain for the next year). Of course, there is still some information about this status, but it is purely technical and I think it will not interest you, especially at the end of the article I will give links to the protocols, and you can find the information you are interested in regarding technical aspects.
The domain is transferred to this status, i.e. it cannot be set to this status initially upon registration. What does this mean? That the domain can not be deleted or changed by the registrar. For the registrar to edit the domain, only the registry itself must remove the status. Domain can also be updated, extended.
The most terrible punishment for the domain =) Even the registrar will not help you. Only the registry itself can remove the status. However, the domain can be updated.
Standard situation. Hullo, evil ***** s Enom & Gandi! The registrar sets this status. The domain can not be deleted or changed in this status (the entire info should still remain yours, only you can change it). Domain can be updated.
5) REGISTRAR-LOCK The
registrar puts the domain in this status. Standard service from Tucows / OpenSRS. Virtually no point =). Domain cannot be deleted or changed by the registrar without removing this status. Domain can you still be updated. The status makes sense only in the case of an implemented system like OpenSRS: i.e. convenient for resellers, you regain a domain from Tucows / OpenSRS, create an additional user in their panel, give him control of the domain, but you can set this status and the additional user can do nothing with the domain. Those. This feature is for resellers.
The domain is placed in this status by the registry when it ends, i.e. comes Exp. Date It is transferred to the registrar’s DNSka (by the way, at least one DNSka must be spelled out, or some registries do not comply with this rule and leave the domain in this status without a DNSok at all).
Truncated A tour of the main domain statuses is over, now let’s consider the stages of domain deletion.
Domain is set in this status by the registrar when it is requested to the registry to delete the domain. Further, the registrar cannot make absolutely no changes to the domain except for a request to the same registry for the restoration of the domain. In this status, the domain cannot be transferred to another registrar (by the way, I will write an article about this procedure soon)! Domain can be in this status for 30 calendar days.
Domain is set to this status if there was no request to restore it. Similar in essence to the previous status, only in fact the domain with this status almost no longer exists =) The validity period of the status is 5 calendar days. After the expiration of this period the domain is deleted, during this period the domain can no longer be restored.
This status is assigned to the domain when the registrar requests the domain to be restored from REDEMPTIONPERIOD status. The status period is 7 days (just for the registrar to submit a request to the registry).
Well, that’s all, I hope now everything is explained more or less. Soon the program will be ready to track the status of domains of interest to you.
PS: registrar and registrar is the same.