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A non-WWW domain name means that your Web site will appear in Web browsers whether someone types "www.mydomain.com" or "just "mydomain.com". This means that users can simply not type the repetitive "www" and just ty...
Yes you can have multiple domains point to the same site or to a directory on your site. When you sign up, just choose the main domain you want to use, and later you can login to the control panel and add the other domains, called site aliases. Also befor...
Absolutely. To transfer an existing domain name just use the transfer domain option when placing your order through the on-line order form. Once your account is setup, please e-mail our domains department, their contact information is located here, so we ...
No. AISO.Net offers subdomain Web sites where you can create your own Web site without incurring domain name registration fees. A full domain name Web site requires that you pay a fee to register the domain name. A subdomain Web site branching off of...
Yes! We can host a domain from any country, and host sites from all over the world. We can register domain names with the following extensions: .com, .net, .org, .ca, .co.uk, .org.uk, .tv and many others. Many international domain registries have their ...
Yes! AISO.Net will register or help transfer any domain name that is 67 characters or less. Once you submit an online order for our services we will register your long domain name with Tucows if it does not already exist. AISO.Net will also help tran...
When your domain name was registered, Register.com gave you a username and password for your domain name account. This username and password combination is required whenever you wish to make changes to your domain name account, such as transferring t...
No. AISO.Net can host any valid domain name, which means that we support any valid country or other domain name extension in addition to .com, .net and .org domain names. We host domains from over 100 different countries and registrars! While we regi...
Windows * Open Notepad and then open the "Hosts" file on your computer. The location of the "Hosts" file is as follows: Windows 95/98/Me: C:\WINDOWS\HOSTS Windows NT/2000/XP Pro: C:\WINNT\SYSTEM32\DRIVERS\ETC\HOSTS Windows XP Home: C:\WINDOWS\SY...
You can use AISO.Nets control panel or you can contact AISO.Net's Support Team to make any changes to your web sites DNS setting, including your MX record on our side. Please request MX record changes by calling our Toll-Free support Phone Number at 1-80...
You can change your DNS (Domain Name Servers) settings with AISO.Net using the following instructions. 1. Go to https://www.controlmywebsite.com/clientarea.php 2. Enter your e-mail address and password you were sent by our billing department or when yo...
Once your domain name is registrered with us (Tucows), you will receive an e-mail notification that contains your information. You can then use your email address and password to login to your account at:  https://www.controlmywebsite.com/clien...
The Nameservers for AISO.Net are: WEB1.AISO.NET WEB2.AISO.NET You need to contact your Registrar (the company you bought your domain name from). And let them know you need to change your name servers to the ones listed above. Most registrars allow you t...
The PING command is used to test the connection and latency between two network connections. These connections can be either in a local area network or a wide area network (Internet). The PING command sends packets of information to a specified IP A...
Note: A valid credit card is required to register your domain name through AISO.Net. Step 1. Check for domain name availability. During this step, you will perform a WHOIS query to determine if the domain name you wish to register is available. S...
AISO.Net welcomes and currently hosts many international domains, and we can register international domains for you. We provide here a general overview of the process, which differs slightly from country to country. First, check the domain registrati...
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 ...
AISO.Net's registration process should only take a few minutes to complete. .com, .net, .org, .biz and .info domain names registered through AISO.Net may take 24 to 72 hours, which is considered normal Internet propagation time, until they are access...
Generally it takes between 4 to 24 hours for new domain name registrations and 24-72 hours for domain transfers. Once your domain name has been registered (or transferred, if applicable), Internet providers around the world must update their records to ...
COM, .NET and .ORG Domain Names: .COM - to be used for commercial and personal sites .NET - recommended for companies involved in Internet infrastructure .ORG - recommended for not-for-profit organizations Use only letters, numbers, or hyphen (&qu...
1. Go to http://www.godaddy.com [http://www.godaddy.com] 2. Click "My Account." 3. Enter your login name and password. 4. Click "Login." 5. Go to the "Domain Names" dropdown menu or the "Manage Your Account" list. Select ...
1. To change your DNS servers at Network Solutions, please follow the article below on their web site: http://customersupport.networksolutions.com/article.php?id=114 Follow the instructions until you reach step 5, then continue on below. 2. On step 5 ...
After you have setup the addon/pointed domain, you were specify which folder in your main account this will resolve to. This sub-folder will be within the Html folder, you will have to upload your files for this pointed/addon domain to the subfolder cre...
If you just have domain registration with us and not web hosting, you can use our DNS Host Record Management tool that comes with your domain registration. The DNS Management feature provides you with an interface through our control panel where you are ...
If you receive the message "There is no DNS entry for http://www.yourdomain.com", there are several possible explanations: - See if you can access your site using the IP address or temporary domain name. (If you do not know your IP address, yo...
.com, .net, .org, .biz and .info domain name availability is verified by opensrs.org and other accredited registrars through shared registration system universal databases of available .com, net, .org, .biz and .info domain names. These systems preve...
These situations can be tricky. First, look up the domain record of your domain to determine the following things. You can look up your domain at InterNIC.    1. Who is the registrant contact on the account? If it's you, this is a good sign. If it's no...
When a domain name is registered, the "registrant" contracts the use of the domain name. However, there is no permanent registrant for any domain name. The "registrant" of a domain name is the original administrative contact liste...
After registering a domain with us or any other registrar, it typically takes between 4 to 24 hours and up to 48 hours for your domain to show up in the registry database and for the information on the new domain to propagate to all the root DNS ser...
Your Domain Name Registrar maintains information relating to who your Web hosting provider is for your Web site. When you change hosting companies, your Domain Name Registrar must be given the necessary information to redirect traffic to your new loc...
A Domain Name Pointer is a Domain Name that redirects a one domain name to another domain name, so that your site could have two names, for instance - aiso.net and aiso.org. The domain redirects the user & does not stay in the users browser. So i...
Domain parking is an advertising practice used primarily by domain name registrars and internet advertising publishers to monetize type-in traffic visiting an under-developed domain name. The domain name will usually resolve to a page containing releva...
Your domain names DNS MX records when adding/editing your own DNS records would be: mx1.aiso.net and mx2.aiso.net NOTE: Use these MX servers only if you are going to host your domain names' e-mail accounts on our e-mail servers.
To register a domain name with AISO.Net, you only need to specify the Contact Information and credit card billing information associated with your domain name. You do not need to specify a NIC handle, DNS information or an IP address; we will supply def...
A domain name is a human readable and memorable representation of an IP address. Internet is a network of computers connected together and capable of communicating to each other using a network protocol called TCP/IP. In order for the machines to ide...
Every entity registered with InterNIC has a NIC handle. A NIC handle of contains a address and contact information, so that we need not enter this information each time a new domain name is registered. You can use the same NIC handle as contacts for ...
You may find out the registrar for your domain name by clicking here: http://registrar.verisign-grs.com/whois Conducting this WHOIS search for your domain name will display the registrar for your domain name. A registrar, like Tucows/OpenSRS, is a ...
A top level domain (TLD) is the suffix that is attached to the end of a domain name. For instance, in the domain name mybrand.com, ".com" is the TLD. There are two types of top-level domains: global and country code. Global Top Level Domai...
This is more properly, "Who" is Network Solutions (also known as the InterNIC). Network Solutions is now VeriSign. Network Solutions is responsible for maintaining the domain name registry for .com, .net, and .org domain names. Among other ...
When a visitor types your domain name into their Web browser, their request is referred to a nameserver that indicates the physical location (the IP address) of your domain on the Internet. When your site location changes to a new IP address, or when...
Registering your domain gives you sole ownership and rights to the name of your site. No one else has access to the actual name of the domain and it is taken off the market (when it expires). However, just because you own the domain doesn't mean you'...
IP address numbers are limited, and in accordance with Internet standards and ARIN's (American Registry for Internet Numbers) requests, we do not by default issue a new IP to every new Web site. Only a very small percentage of sites actually need IP ...
If you wish, AISO.Net will be happy to assist you in the entire process of registering your new domain name. For all the domain names (.com, .net, .org) we support, you can order on our web site. We will add a charge to your first bill to cover the firs...
When you change hosting companies, your Domain Name Registrar must be given the necessary information to redirect traffic to your new location. You will need to provide the following Nameserver information to your registrar to transfer web hosting t...
When you are configuring e-mail handling for your domain, you might need to know the IP addresses of the AISO.Net mail servers, to help prevent messages from being marked as spam. For example, you need the IP addresses in order to: * Create an Server Pol...
To find Contact Information associated with a registered domain name, you can perform a WHOIS query. If the domain name is already registered, information on which contact and other WHOIS information is displayed for the domain name. Although it may be...
Tucows/OpenSRS is the domain name registrar who we have partnered with in order to secure our customers discounted domain name registration fees and superior domain name management services. We register all new domain names through Tucows/OpenSRS, so you...
If you requested AISO.Net to handle the process of registering your domain name, we handle the billing for your registration charges. If you handled the registration process for your domain name yourself, all questions and payments regarding domain n...
No. Unless you request to transfer registrar's we will not change your registrar. Note: if you are 30 or fewer days before your domain expires, then you'll want to re-register with your current registrar before transferring it to us.