Knowledgebase: DNS and Domain
How do I transfer an existing domain name?
Posted by Support, Last modified by Support on 05 July 2011 10:02 AM
First the domain name must be at least 60 days old since you registered it. If you have already registered your domain name elsewhere, AISO.Net will try to assist you in transferring your domain to us. The transfer process depends on the registrar with whom you registered your domain name. If you registered your domain name with Network Solutions, you will need to unlock the domain name and get the transfer code. Other registrars such as Register.com and Namesecure request that you login to their systems, using the login and password they assigned you, and transfer the domain name yourself. Once you login, if you will be hosting your domain name with us as well, then you will need to change your nameserver information as well. In that section, please update your nameserver information to the following:

PRIMARY: WEB1.AISO.NET
SECONDARY: WEB2.AISO.NET

Here are some links to domain manager interfaces for some registrars, that allow you to follow the steps just outlined:
Namesecure: http://www.namesecure.com/customercare/index_updatecenter.cfm
Register.com: http://mydomain.register.com
MelbourneIT: http://direct.internetnamesww.com/index.php?returnurl=%2Fmaintenance%2Findex.php
DomainBank: https://www1.domainbank.net/domainmanager

Please contact other registrars directly to ask about their domain transfer procedures. Inform them that you wish to transfer your domain to AISO.Net, and provide them with the nameserver information listed above if you are going to do web hosting with us as well. While waiting for the new nameserver information to propagate around the Internet, we recommend maintaining your site at your current host to avoid down time for your site. During this time, you can use the IP address that we gave you to mirror your web site on AISO.Net's servers until the transfer is complete. If you have any further questions, feel free to contact our support staff.

To start the transfer process with AISO, click here.
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