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Understanding the WHOIS Search Service

One of the common features available to domain registrants all around the world is the WHOIS search service. The service, operated as a separate repository for each geographical location, is akin to a localised registry for domains. Behind the functional operation of the local service is AusRegistry, who administer and maintain the system on behalf of all users. More specifically, registrants’ details are collected by their respective registrar, who then pass the data onto AusRegistry. Users may look up the contact details of a domain name registrant which they are interested in. In a local context, this includes all the […]

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What’s the Difference Between a Domain Name Reseller and Registrar?

When considering the domain name marketplace, there are several active participants. In the past, we’ve discussed the role of the au Domain Administration (auDA) in supporting the functional operation of the domain space within Australia. And of course, you’d be familiar with the concept of registrants – otherwise, you probably wouldn’t be reading this! However, two other participants are sometimes the source of confusion, particularly among industry newcomers. These are, domain name resellers and domain name registrars. So then, how does one differentiate between the two? First of all, let us consider domain name resellers. Resellers act as an intermediary […]

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Domain Name Renewal Considerations

As we’ve detailed in the past, domain names are not viewed as assets under ownership. This stems from the fact that when a registrant purchases a domain name, they are merely being granted the licensing rights to use the domain in question – for two years. So then, at the end of the two year period, what do registrants need to be mindful of? First of all, it’s not uncommon for domain names to be assigned to automatically renew as the expiration date nears. This can be verified either through the user control panel available via a registrar’s website, or […]

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You Have a Domain Name, Now What?

To date, the emphasis of our educational articles has focused largely on the acquisition of a domain name license. However, this is only a fraction of the picture, and once you have your domain name, you may be wondering what to do next?   Host Your Website Hosting is the essential component which makes your domain accessible through the World Wide Web! Think of it as a space on the shelf at the supermarket, where you’re free to display your product. When a user visits your site, they go through the host to download the data required to view your […]

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New Pricing from 1st August 2014

Effective from 1st August we will introducing a new fee schedule for domain registrations, renewal and change of registrant at Netfleet. We will be implementing a differential pricing structure dependant on the number of domain names per account that are managed by Netfleet as the registrar. The structure will be as follows (all prices are for 2 years registration, and inclusive of GST): Number of Domains Price per Domain 1 domain $65.95 2 – 5 domains $54.95 6 – 15 domains $45.95 16 – 25 domains $37.95 26 – 40 domains $31.95 41 – 60 domains $26.95 Over 60 domains […]

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Domain portfolio management simplified with folders

As a company focused on servicing the needs of domain name traders it it only fitting that we upgrade our Domain Management tools to help you manage large portfolios of domain names. So with this in mind we listened to your feedback on forums like dntrade.com.au and have added domain categorisation, or as we call it folders to help you organise your domains. Do you have more than 100 domains and wanted to find all the domains expiring in 90 days, that are using dns1.netfleet.com.au as a nameserver and have auto-renew set to off? Well this information is now just […]

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