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Generic Top-Level Domain (gTLD) Registry Agreements

gTLD Registry Agreements establish the rights, duties, liabilities, and obligations ICANN requires of registry operators to run gTLDs.

Unsponsored TLD Agreement: Appendix C (.name)

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Unsponsored TLD Agreement: Appendix C (.name)


Functional Specifications

Part 0 - Overview
Part 1 - Service Descriptions


A - Domain Name Registrations
B - Defensive Registrations
C - NameWatch Service
D - SLD E-mail Forwarding


Part 2 - Shared Registry System Protocol and Interface
Part 3 - Shared Registration System and Database
Part 4 - DNS Zone Generation and Propogation
Part 5 - Grace and Pending Period Policy
Part 6 - Object Transfers
Part 7 - Patch, Upgrade & Update Policy
Part 8 - Other Services







A - Whois
B - Landrush Queuing
C - Data Escrow
D - Zone File Access
E - WWW Interface



Part 9 - Registrar Reports
Part 10 - Engineering and Customer Service Support
Part 11 - Registry Operations



A - Physical Plant
B - Hardware Architecture
C - Security
D - System Redundancy

E - System Reliabilty
F - Transaction Management
G - Fault Management
H - Disaster Recovery
I - Backup
J - Test Procedures
K - OT&E Procedures








Part 12 - Other modules
Part 13 - Character sets
Part 14 - References

Attachments

1. Internet Draft, "Extensible Provisioning Protocol" (S. Hollenbeck June 2001)
2. Internet Draft, "Extensible Provisioning Protocol Contact Mapping" (S. Hollenbeck June 2001)
3. Internet Draft, "Extensible Provisioning Protocol Domain Name Mapping" (S. Hollenbeck June 2001)
4. Internet Draft, "Extensible Provisioning Protocol Transport Over TCP" (S. Hollenbeck June 2001)
5. Specification, "Extensible Provisioning Protocol Email Forwarding Mapping"




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