Click on DNS|Domain Management|DNS/Domain Summary in the top navigation bar.
Click on for the domain you want to manage
Click on next to the WHOIS field
Once you click on the for a particular domain, a menu system along the top of the page will be displayed. If you have registered multiple domains under a single account should pay attention to the domain listed in the Domain Name field. You can select a different domain through the web interface.
By following the appropriate Contact links, you can configure the following information for your domain:
Information about the company or entity which owns the domain name
A person or entity who is named as authoritative for significant domain changes
A contact responsible for billing issues
A person or entity considered authoritative for DNS records for the domain
The information provided here is published in the domain system and available to the general public.
DNS Servers / Name Servers
The link to Name Servers (DNS Servers) allows you to change the organization designated to be the DNS servers / name servers for your domain. Unless you are using an alternative service for your DNS service, the entries should match the servers listed in the table below. If you have transferred an existing domain to your account, you should first set up your DNS records. When you have been notified of a successful transfer, you will then be able to change the name server information.
When Domain Locking is enabled for your domain, any requests to transfer your domain to another registrar or hosting company will automatically fail. This feature prevents fraudulent transfers. To lock/unlock your domain:
The lock status will be displayed on domains registered through your account.
To change the lock status, click on the “WHOIS” link next to the WHOIS field.
A new window or browser tab will spawn, linking you directly to your domain's WHOIS management interface. Click on the “Domain Locking” link and update your domain's lock status as desired.
Authorization Code / Auth Code
A transfer authorization code is required when transferring any .com/.net, .org, .info, .biz, .us, and .name domain name from one registrar to another. The transfer authorization code is created at the time of registration.
content/en_us/sdn_domain_management_with_whois.txt · Last modified: 2017/09/20 08:49 by bchambers