What Is The Procedure For A New Domain?
When an account is activated with a new domain name, we will automatically setup your domain name on our web server & DNS servers. Network Solutions charges a domain name fee, however to register is free. Be sure to use your company/your contact for administration and billing information. Payment must be made by credit card at the time of purchase. If you wish to pre-register your domain name the URL is:
or use the form at the top of this webpage.
What does it mean to "register" a domain name?
The Internet domain name system (DNS) consists of a directory, organized hierarchically, of all the domain names and their corresponding computers registered to particular companies and persons using the Internet. When you register a domain name, it will be associated with the computer on the Internet you designate during the period the registration is in effect.
Will my name & contact be publicly available?
Yes. Information about who is responsible for domain names is publicly
available to allow rapid resolution of technical problems and to permit
enforcement of consumer protection, trademark, and other laws. The registrar
will make this information available to the public on a "Whois" site.
When do I have to pay for my domain name?
Before your domain name becomes active, you must provide a credit
card number. This requirement enhances the availability of domain names
by preventing them from being tied up by persons not intending to pay
Can I change registrars after registering a domain name?
In the members control panel you will find " Sign up account
features" form to make submissions of all add-ons or simply just
drop us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
with your customers requirements.
Do you handle international domains?
Yes, you may change the registrar sponsoring your domain name at any
time more than sixty days after initial registration. For details on the
transfer process, contact the registrar you would like to assume
sponsorship of the registration.
Can I change registrars after registering a domain name?
Yes, you may change the registrar sponsoring your domain name at any time
more than sixty days after initial registration. For details on the transfer
process, contact the registrar you would like to assume sponsorship of the
Can I transfer an existing domain name & will there be
your domain to Final Host. Whether you place an order by telephone or via
our online order form, be sure to specify that you are requesting a transfer and
NOT a new domain. You should keep your service at your present host while
waiting for Network Solutions to update their records & completes the
transfer. We will provide you with a temporary web address so you can
upload your website to our servers. Web pages can be accessed from the temporary
address as well; your current address until propagation takes place, usually
within 24-48 hours.
If your domain name has been registered through a registry other
than Network Solutions, upon signup our support department will send
instructions on the transfer procedure of your registry.
Can I access my domain name with & without the WWW?
Yes, you will be able to access the domain name with or without the WWW
in front. For example, you could access your site by going to "www.your-domain.com"
as well as "your-domain.com".
Whom shall I contact regarding InterNIC billing?
Questions regarding Network Solutions billing can reach by
calling (703) 742-4777 and selecting option number 1 or you may email them at email@example.com
See Netsol Solutions (
netsol.com ) website for further instructions.
What is a NIC handle?
Each virtual domain gets its own directory and within that directory you
have a separate (personal) cgi-bin directory for that site's cgi programs
Where can I register domain names outside the US?
Final Host can serve domain names other than .com, .net, .org,
or .cc but the end user will be responsible to register their domain name with
the proper local authority within their own country. Upon activating your
account, we will provide you with an IP address that should be used on your
domain application form.
Here are the steps for activating a non-US domain:
Check with the agency in your country who manages domain
names to obtain their registration procedures. You also need to get the
proper form or template that is required for the registration.
Submit your request for a Final Host domain account via
our online form and use your domain name (i.e. your-name.uk or your-name.us
Final Host will e-mail an activation notice that will
include an IP address.
Complete the necessary information on your domain form or
template and be sure to include the IP address that was provided by Final
When you register with your regional NIC, you will need to
supply the names and IP addresses of the nameservers which will be
servicing your site. We can provide you this information at the time you
place an order.
Please use our online contact form or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
if you have any questions.
Please refer to below links for further information :
Someone has registered my company's name as their domain name, what's the process for resolving my complaint?
All ICANN-accredited registrars follow a uniform dispute resolution
policy. Under that policy, disputes over entitlement to a domain-name
registration are ordinarily resolved by court litigation between the parties
claiming rights to the registration. Once the court rules who is entitled to
the registration, the registrar will implement that ruling. In disputes
arising from registrations allegedly made abusively (such as "cybersquatting"
and cyberpiracy"), the uniform policy provides an expedited
administrative procedure to allow the dispute to be resolved without the
cost and delays often encountered in court litigation. In these cases, you
can invoke the administrative procedure by filing a complaint with one of
the dispute-resolution service providers listed at http://www.icann.org/udrp/approved-providers.htm.
For more details on the uniform dispute resolution policy, see http://www.icann.org/udrp/udrp.htm.
Is the "InterNIC" synonymous with Network Solutions, Inc.?
No. The InterNIC is a concept for an integrated network
information center that was developed by several companies, including Network
Solutions, in cooperation with the U.S. Government.
Under a recent agreement with the U.S. Government, Network
Solutions is transitioning from the use of the word "InterNIC" in
connection with its products and services. InterNIC is a registered service mark
of the U.S. Department of Commerce.
I've seen names ending with two-letter combinations, i.e: uk. What are the rules for registering these names?
Two letter domains, such as .uk, .de and .jp (for example), are
called country code top level domains (ccTLDs) and correspond to a country,
territory, or other geographic location. The rules and policies for registering
domain names in the ccTLDs vary significantly and some are reserved for use by
citizens of the corresponding country. You should check with the registrar
offering ccTLD registration services regarding the specific terms and conditions
Some ICANN-accredited registrars provide registration services
in the ccTLDs in addition to registering names in .com, .net and .org, however,
ICANN does not specifically accredit registrars to provide ccTLD registration
Can I mirror or park my domain name on your service?
Yes, you can register a domain name to mirror or park your
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