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What is a domain name?

A domain name is a human-readable “address” on the Internet. Domain names usually have extensions, like .com, .net, or .org, e.g. example.com. Fun Fact: The most expensive internet domain name was sold for $13 million.

What is a ccTLD?

Each country around has its own country code. In the United Kingdom the country code is .uk, while the New Zealand code is .nz. The ccTLD for Australia is .au and makes up the .com.au, .net.au, .org.au, .asn.au and id.au domain names.

These ccTLDs allow simple identification of the domain name registry in a particular region. For example, an email or webpage request for an Australian domain is sent to the Australian registry (AusRegistry) database. This contains the DNS server records of the web hosting company, and will then forward the request there. The request is then resolved by the DNS servers, which then directs traffic to the correct hosting server location.

How do I register a domain?

Registering a domain name is easy. Simply complete the Domain Name Registration Form and we will do the rest.

First, we will need to check if your domain is available, once this is confirmed, we will register it for you and send you the details. If your domain name is not available, we will contact you for more details.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Last modified: 23/01/17