Please note that the English language version of all translated content and documents are the official versions and that translations in other languages are for informational purposes only. A Registrant at Expiration "RAE" is defined as the registered name holder who is eligible to renew a domain name registration immediately prior to its expiration. If a domain name registration is modified pursuant to a term of the registration agreement authorizing the modification of registration data in relation to the expiration of the registration, the RAE is the entity or individual identified as the registered name holder immediately prior to that modification. In all other cases of transfers of gTLD registrations between registrants, the registered name holder who receives the registration is the RAE. Prior to the expiration of any gTLD registration, registrars must notify the registered name holder of the expiration at least two times.
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When you register a domain with Amazon Route 53 or you transfer domain registration to Route 53, we configure the domain to renew automatically. The automatic renewal period is typically one year, although the registries for some top-level domains TLDs have longer renewal periods. For most top-level domains TLDs , you can change the expiration date for a domain. For more information, see Extending the registration period for a domain. Some TLD registries delete domains even before the expiration date if you don't renew early enough. We strongly recommend that you leave automatic renewal enabled if you want to keep a domain name.
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Klicken Sie hier , um sich den jeweiligen Registrar anzeigen zu lassen. EU, etc. Schadloshaltung der Registry. Regulierte TLDs. Hochgradig regulierte TLDs. TLDs mit besonderem Schutz.
Get the latest tutorials on SysAdmin and open source topics. Hub for Good Supporting each other to make an impact. Write for DigitalOcean You get paid, we donate to tech non-profits. By Josh Barnett and Kathleen Juell. To set up a domain name, you need to purchase a domain name from a domain name registrar and then set up DNS records for it. Registrars are organizations that have completed an accreditation process that allows them to sell domain names. Registrars typically offer services to manage DNS records as well, but once you have purchases a domain, most registrars will allow you to manage your DNS records with other providers. If your registrar is not included, check their documentation for changing nameservers. On your account homepage, click the DNS tab on the right-hand side of the Domains main page.