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EPP domain status codes from gTLD domains

addPeriodThis status can be set after the registration of a gTLD domain name. If a registrar deletes the domain during the so-called AddGracePeriod, the registry can pay the registration fee under certain circumstances refund to the registrar.This status can be set in the first few days after the registration of your new domain and is then automatically removed by the responsible registry. There are no problems with your domain name. autoRenewPeriodThis period begins as soon as a domain has expired and has been automatically extended (renewed) by the registry. If the registrar deletes the domain during this period, the registry will usually refund the fee for the renewal to the registrar.This temporary status is set after your domain has been automatically renewed by the registry. If you do not want to keep the domain, you should contact your registrar as soon as possible to find out about the options for deletion and to discuss the necessary steps.inactiveThis status code indicates that your domain is not (yet) actively delegated. So there are (yet) no name servers entered for the domain name. Your domain is not entered in the Domain Name Service (DNS) and can therefore not be resolved. So no services are available via your domain name

If your domain has this status for several days after registration, you should contact your registrar for information about the delay in processing.

If proof documents are required for the registration of the TLD, you may have to provide documents.

OKThe standard status code of a domain. There are no scheduled tasks or restrictions.You can ask your registrar to set status restrictions for your domain, such as: clientTransferProhibited, clientDeleteProhibited and clientUpdateProhibited. This can prevent unauthorized transfers, updates, or deletion of your domain from occurring. Many registrars, including Ledl.net GmbH, protect domains by default against transfers (clientTransferProhibited) and deletion (clientDeleteProhibited).pendingCreateThis status code indicates that a request to register your domain has been received and is currently being processed.

If the TLD is in a special registration phase (e.g. Sunrise), the domain is usually assigned at the end of this phase.

If the TLD is not in a specific registration phase and you are not the registered registrant, you should contact your registrar immediately to clarify this matter.

pendingDelete

This status code can be combined with the redemptionPeriod or pendingRestore codes. In this case, depending on the status set in combination (redemptionPeriod or pendingRestore), the corresponding description applies. If the status is not active together with the redemptionPeriod or pendingRestore status, this means that your domain has been in the redemptionPeriod status for 30 days, you have not commissioned a recovery within these 30 days and your domain will therefore be finally removed from the registry shortly is deleted.

As soon as the domain has been removed, it is released for re-registration in accordance with the provisions of the responsible registry.

The deletion of your domain name is imminent. Restoration by the current registrar is no longer possible. You should contact your trusted registrar immediately to discuss the necessary steps.pendingRenewThis status code indicates that a request to renew your domain has been received and is currently being processed.If you have not applied for a renewal of your domain and do not want to keep it, you should contact your registrar to discuss cancellation / deletion options.pendingRestoreThis status code means that your registrar has sent a request to the registry to restore your domain, which was previously in the redemptionPeriod. The registry will keep your domain in this status while it is waiting for or processing the necessary documents for recovery (processed by the registrar). If your registrar is unable to provide the necessary documents within the specified period, the domain will be reset to the status redemptionPeriod.You should keep an eye on the status code of your domain during this phase, which usually lasts a maximum of 7 days, to make sure that your registrar has submitted the necessary documents for recovery. If the period has expired and your domain has been reset to the status redemptionPeriod, you should contact your registrar immediately to clarify why the restoration of the domain failed.pendingTransferThis status code indicates that a request to transfer your domain to a new registrar has been submitted and is being processed by the registry.If you have not requested a transfer, you should contact your current registrar immediately so that they can reject the transfer request on your behalf.pendingUpdateThis status code means that a request to update your domain has been sent to the registry and is being processed by the registry.If you have not requested an update, you should contact your registrar to resolve this issue.redemptionPeriodThis status code indicates that your registrar has sent a request to the registry to delete your domain. Your domain will keep this status for 30 days. Five days after the end of the redemptionPeriod (pendingDelete phase) your domain will be deleted from the registry database. The domain can then be freely registered again.

If you want to keep your domain, you should contact your registrar immediately to resolve the issues that resulted in your registrar requesting the deletion of your domain. The recovery of deleted domains is possible for a fee. Fees for restoring deleted domains are usually much higher than the annual domain fees.

As soon as the registrar has received an order to restore the domain name and the restoration fee has been paid, the domain status should immediately change to pendingRestore.

Requests to restore a deleted domain name can only be submitted to the registrar currently responsible. Restoration by another registrar (e.g. in the course of a transfer) is not possible.

renewPeriodThis deadline is set after the registration period for a domain has been extended. If the registrar deletes the domain during this period, the registry will usually refund the renewal fee to the registrar.This temporary status is set after your domain has been renewed by the registrar. If you have not applied for the renewal of your domain or this was not contractually agreed and you do not want to keep the domain either, you should contact your registrar as soon as possible to discuss the necessary steps.serverDeleteProhibitedThis status code prevents your domain from being deleted. This status is usually set by the registry in the event of legal disputes. Some registries set this status on special request (RegistryLockService). This status can also be set during the redemption period.

This status may indicate problems with your domain that need to be resolved. If so, you should contact your registrar for more information on resolving this matter. If there are no problems with your domain name, but you want to delete your domain, you must contact your registrar so that he can support you in removing this status through the registry.

Some registry operators offer a RegistryLockService that allows registrants to set this status code to protect the domain from unauthorized deletion. Removing this status can take longer than the clientDeleteProhibited status because your registrar has to forward your request to the domain registry and wait for its response.

serverHoldThis status code is set by the registry operator. Your domain is not activated in the DNS. So no services are available via your domain nameIf you have provided delegation information (name servers), this status can indicate that there are problems with your domain that need to be resolved. If so, you should contact your registrar immediately for more information. If there is no general domain problem, this status can also be set in the event of an incorrect configuration of the announced name servers.serverRenewProhibitedThis status code means that the registry operator does not allow your registrar to renew your domain. This rare status is set in the event of litigation or if your domain is deleted.Most of the time, this status indicates a problem with your domain that needs to be dealt with quickly. You should contact your registrar for more information on troubleshooting. If there is no problem with your domain, but you want to renew your domain, you would also have to contact your registrar so that he can assist you in removing the status code by the registry operator. Removing this status can take longer than the clientRenewProhibited status because your registrar has to forward your request to the domain registry and wait for its response. serverTransferProhibitedThis status code prevents your domain from being transferred from the previous registrar to another registrar. This status is usually set in the event of legal or other disputes, can be set on request (RegstryLockService), or if a redemptionPreiod status is set. This status is also set by many gTLD registries for domains that have been registered in the past 60 days or have already been transferred during this period.

Most of the time, this status indicates a problem with your domain that requires a quick fix. You should contact your registrar for more information on troubleshooting. If there is no problem with your domain, but you want to transfer your domain, you must contact your registrar so that the registry operator can remove this status code.

Some registry operators offer a RegistryLockService that allows registrants to set this status code to protect the domain from unauthorized transfers. Removing this status can take longer than with the clientTransferProhibited status, because your registrar has to forward your request to the domain registry and wait for its response.

If your domain was recently registered or transferred, this status is active for 60 days at many gTLD registries due to the registration requirements. A removal of this transfer block for newly registered or recently transferred domains is not possible.

serverUpdateProhibitedThis status code prevents your domain from being updated. This rare status is usually set in the event of legal disputes, at your request (RegistryLockService) or when a redemptionPreiod status is set.

This status can indicate a problem with your domain that requires a quick resolution. You should contact your registrar for more information on troubleshooting. If there is no problem with your domain, but you want to update your domain, you must contact your registrar so that the registry operator can assist you with the removal.

Some registry operators offer a RegistryLockService that allows registrants to set this status code to protect the domain from unauthorized updates. Removing this status can take longer than the clientUpdateProhibited status because your registrar has to forward your request to the domain registry and wait for its response.

transferPeriodThis status is set after a domain has been successfully transferred. If the new registrar deletes the domain during this period, the registry can reimburse the transfer fees to the new registrar under certain conditions.This temporary status is set after your domain has been transferred and is automatically removed after a few days. If you have not submitted a transfer request, you should urgently contact your original registrar.