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The status of a domain name can be seen in it’s whois information. The whois information can be seen via any online whois tool like http://who.is/
This is not as complex as it sounds. Most of these domain name status codes are variations of a few basic states. Here is a complete list of domain name status codes along with an explanations of each code.
COM and NET Domain Name Status Codes
These are the 6 domain name status codes used for COM and NET domains:Learn More
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Domain Name Registration
When a domain is first registered, the process is done under a registrar. This means that the registrar claims a domain name for a user on their behalf. This registrar has user interfaces where users can manage all their domains registered through that specific registrar.
Domain Name Transfer
Domain transfer is a process of moving a domain name from one registrar to another. All relevant information and the domain name remain the same. It is only the administration aspects of that domain and the registrar information that will be changed. This is particularly useful when a user has multiple domains and wishes to administer them all under one panel/registrar.
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