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Generic domains: Network
The .NET extension, as well as the .com extension was created in year 1985 and is originally of the english word "Network", initially it was meant to be an exclusive extension for technological companies in the Internet.
The extension is one of the most used, behind .com, .de and .cn. At this time more than 13 million .NET domains are registered.
.net domain rates and features
Domain rates .net
|Registration||1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 year(s)||13,95 €|
|Renewal||1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 year(s)||13,95 €|
|Transfer||1 year(s)||13,95 €|
|Restore||Does not include renewal||60,00 €|
- Domain length between 2 and 63 characters
- IDN characters are permitted
- Allows DNS modification
- Whois Privacy
- The domains, once the transfer ends, extend they expiration date for one year
- Possibility to block transfers
.net domain regulations
Index of regulations
This extension doesn't have any residency requirements.
This extension doesn't have any technical requirements.
.net domain registrations are immediate.
To complete .NET domain transfer, you'll need your current registrar to provide you the domain's AuthCode or EPP-Key to verify the ownership of the domain.
Transfers can take between 5 and 7 days to complete. Some registrars provide manual transfers allowing transfers to be completed on the same day, contact your current registrar to find out if they offer this service.
The domains, once the transfer ends, extend they expiration date for one year
Renewing your .NET domain only takes a minute and can completed at any time.
It's possible to request a cancellation of your .NET domain, visit the support center to open a support ticket. Please note, cancelling a name does not provide a refund of any registration fees.
DNS modification is immediate, please note they must propagate through the network, this process can take up to 6-12 hours to complete, until then the domain will still point to the previous DNS servers.
We allow the usage of DNSSEC on .net domains. Your domain can take advantage of this additional security layer that DNS servers that are compatible with this technology can provide.
More information is available at: DNSSEC: What is it and how does it work.
Domain owner change
Beginning December 1st, 2016, any ownership changes of .NET domains requires both the current and new owner to accept any changes. Once the ownership change has been completed, the domain is locked and unable to be transferred for a 60-day period.
More information: https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/transfer-policy-2016-06-01-en.
Permitted characters / IDN
.net domains permit characters from 'a' to 'z', numbers from '0' to '9' and hyphens '-'.
A hyphen '-' is not permitted in the first or last position of the domain name.
Two consecutive hyphens are not permitted in the 3rd and 4th position.
IDN characters are permitted in .net domains.
Permitted IDN character table for .net domains
An Internationalized Domain Name (IDN) is a domain name that can contain non ASCII characters.
|Unicode Script||Hyphen (-)||Digits (0-9)||Characters (a-z)|
IDN domains don't permit to mix different Scripts or character sets (for example, Latin, Greek or Cyrillic).
But it's possible to use different character tables for a same script.
- The Latin Script permits the use of characters of Latin-1 supplement, Latin Extended-A, Latin Extended-B, etc.. tables.
- The Greek Script permits to combine characters of the Greek, Greek Extended, etc.. tables, doesn't permit combine them with the normal latin characters (a-z), but permits the use of numbers or hyphens.
- Other script types have their own corresponding tables.
In this section you will find links to official documentation of the extension.
- .NET don't have extra documentation.
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