Premium and Reserved namespace reports
Daily reports of Premium and Reserved domain names are available for download using the Afilias Reports Library at: sftp://reports.afilias.info/.
- Download: Report format and details
- Version June 2016
Afilias Premium Name Enhancement
The Afilias Premium Name Enhancement – aka “handshake”, enables an easy and secure way for the Registrars to provision the .GLOBAL Premium Namespace.
- Download: Samples of EPP Enhanced
- Version April 2015
Afilias IDN Manual
In September of 2011, ICANN released IDN Implementation Guidelines. The ICANN guidelines require that a registry operator develops its IDN solution to be compliant with RFCs 5890, 5891, 5892, 5893 and 5895.
In addition, it is required that the launch of the solution be tailored to each language or set of languages based on work with local stakeholders and experts. These guidelines also require a registry operator’s IDN solution to utilize the adopted A-Label & Punycode standard for registration.
This documentation covers how to provision IDN languages/script supported by .GLOBAL.
- Download: Afilias IDN Manual
- Version: March 2017
Registrar Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for TLDs using Afilias Technology.
This FAQ addresses questions registrars may have about TLDs that are supported by Afilias technology, but that are not “managed” by Afilias (i.e. Afilias is not the ICANN Designated Registry Operator).
- Download: Registrar Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) for TLDs using Afilias Technology
- Version 1.2 Published November 2013View Page
Registrar Concurrent Connection Handling Policy
Afilias is focused on provisioning a secure, stable and resilient registry system for its registry operator and registrar customers. One of the mechanisms used to ensure stability is by providing controlled, fair access to Afilias supported registries at all times, using mechanisms which ensure that each registrar is assigned a regulated number of concurrent sessions and bandwidth into the registry system.
- Download: Afilias Connections Policy
- Dated 14 February 2014
Registrar Ramp Up Process
This document outlines the Afilias Registrar Ramp-Up process for registrars. Becoming accredited allows registrars to get domains at the base cost directly from the Registry and participate in promotional programs. Afilias provides support to accredited registrars to ensure effective and ongoing partnerships.
- Download: Registrar Ramp Up Process
- Version 4 Dated December 2013
Extensible Provisioning Protocol (EPP)
This document describes the basic operations that a Registrar’s client application must perform to be accepted by the Registry. Each of the following sections describes the actions that the client must perform to demonstrate correct implementation of the Extensible Provisioning Protocol (EPP) v1.0 and interactions with the Registry.
- Download: EPP OTE Criteria
- Version 1.7.2 Dated December 10 2013
Sunrise, Landrush and Other TMCH Launch Phase Extension Guide for Registrars
This document provides details regarding how Afilias’ registry systems will interact with the Trade Mark Clearing House (TMCH) based on the TMCH specification version 07 and Launch extension draft version 11.
- Download: Sunrise Landrush Claims Launch Extensions Guide
- Published April 16 2014
Extensible Provisioning Protocol (EPP) v1.0 Abridged Registrar Acceptance Criteria
This document describes the basic operations that a Registrar’s client application must perform to be accepted by the Registry.
- Download: Abridged Generic Redwood EPP OTE criteria v1.0 updated 20140305 DNSSEC
- Published March 5 2014
Registrar Tool Kit
- Registrar tool kit is available at http://sourceforge.net/projects/epp-rtk/