The Technicalities Involved In Domain Registration

Like any other process, the process of domain registration has also lot of steps involved in it. Much brain has gone into building the procedures for domain name registration services and framing the rules and regulations of Registration. The governance of domain registration which has been prevailing today was not available previously. The people are also getting aware of various processes involved in this activity and the Websites are being built more competitively than ever before. There are a lot of technical issues involved in Domain Registration and it is highly desirable for you to know these terminologies and the details steps involved for registering your domain so that you are not left way behind in this stiff competition. Let us start discussing a few important processes of domain registration.

The meaning of the term ‘Registrant’:

The person or an organisation, who is seeking to register the name of the Domain, is known as Registrant. Normally application to the Registrar or to the authorised Reseller is submitted on line for domain name registration. A Registrant has to act as per the guidelines set by a Registrar. The guidelines include but not limited to the following very important conditions:

  1. The code of conduct as framed need to be followed by the Registrant.

  2. The Registrant has to indemnify the Registrar or the Registry to indemnify them against any type of legal action resulted due to use of a Domain name.

  3. The payment of Registration fees and renewal of Registration fees should be done in time to avoid cancellation of Domain Registration.

  4. Submission of authentic data as per guidelines set by ICANN for updating WHOIS data.

  5. Updating of data in case of any changes made in personal information.

Also the Registrant need to select the Name server so that the Domain Registration process should go in tandem with the listing of the registered Domain Name in the Name Server. Sometimes the Name Server service is offered by the Domain Registrar himself. However in case the Registrar does not come up with an offer, or in case the Registrant decides to opt out of the service offered by the Domain Registrar, he or she has to locate or own a name server for hosting the domain.

How much do you know about a Registrar?

The controlling authority for activities in the internet ICANN has made guidelines for organisations opting to become Registrar. Registrars have to be accredited by ICANN and they are also bound by the RAA agreement. As per the agreement, the Registrar has the responsibility of collection of accurate WHOIS data and to maintain the data for future reference. The Registrar shall collect the Registration fees due for the Registrants and will also collect the renewal fees in time. The Registrars are supposed to submit all the data collected to the Registry to maintain the same carefully. Therefore make your personal data and contact information ready for cheapest domain registration so that inadequacy in your data is not reflected in the registration process.

Domain Reseller is also important thing to know:

Sometimes you may want to seek the services of a Reseller from your domain provider for your Domain Registration. The Domain Reseller is authorized by the Registrars to perform their businesses and they need not be accredited to ICANN. While a Domain Reseller can proceed with the Domain Registration for the Registrants, the responsibility of the Registrations will be lying with the Registrar and the Registrar will be accountable to ICANN for any abnormality found in the process.

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