Tilman.Schmidt at sema.de
Wed Mar 1 12:22:09 UTC 2000
At 11:18 01.03.00 +0200, Amjad Al-Ashqar [NIC] wrote:
>Is there any regulation that prevent the registration
>of a second level domain but not one of the usual ones
>(com, edu, org, gov, net).
That's up to the individual organisation responsible for the top level
domain to decide. Some NICs (like those for the .us or .uk ccTLDs) impose
a fixed set of second level domains, while others (like those for the .de
or .fr ccTLDs) have no such restriction. So it would be no problem to
register amjad.de or amjad.fr, while registering amjad.uk or amjad.us
will be impossible. Whether amjad.jo is legal is up to the NIC for
the .jo TLD to decide.
Tilman Schmidt E-Mail: Tilman.Schmidt at sema.de (office)
Sema Group Koeln, Germany tilman at schmidt.bn.uunet.de (private)
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