Quick question, I don't fully understand the process of registering domains, a search returned Acitve Domain. Prices seem very cheap, is it genuine anyone know?
Posted on 2004-02-07 12:27:01 by Eóin
I use http://www.dotster.com

http://www.godaddy.com is cheapest I think

just make sure everything is registered to you.
Posted on 2004-02-07 13:15:00 by Hiroshimator
A frien say me use this: http://www.bestroad.org/ ... dunno for what I copy this address.. aredirection or a bad tyiping (I write registryfly.com .. the dir that I say is:http://registerfly.com/

You pay be credit card, there are some options that I dont understand, but say that there are a option that dont show your profile???, also after they give you tje domain, you need a server, then you update the dns for the redirection or some like that, this go aprox. like a retard of one day when you redirect the url to the server, and then, you have the server accessed by the url that you give... or some like that.

This is what I remember, dunno exactly... :(
Posted on 2004-02-07 14:04:18 by rea
Thanks I'll check those out.

In the short term I'm getting an always on internet account so I was going to just play around with setting up a server and the like myself. For $10 dollars a year its no harm even if the account proves too unreliable for dns to keep up. Just another pasttime/learning experience :alright: .
Posted on 2004-02-07 15:15:00 by Eóin
static ip?
Posted on 2004-02-07 15:58:26 by Hiroshimator

I use dotster as well and they have been both cheap and reliable. I check on internic to see if a domain name has been used and if you have a name that is not in use already, you can use people like dotster or others to grab the name quickly.

Usually country specific names are more expensive where a COM or ORG name are usually the cheapest to register. It is worth the effort as web sites tend to go bust from time to time so all you have to do is set the domain name to you next site and you are up and running again.

Posted on 2004-02-07 18:15:29 by hutch--

$13.50 per year.
Posted on 2004-02-07 20:15:02 by QS_Ong