Renewed Expired Domain Name Not Working
When a domain name expires, it may enter into Auto-Renew Grace Period up to 45 days, at the registrar's option. Registrars may delete domain names from their databases after this period, according to the registrar's policies.
Before a registrar deletes an expired domain name, it must also interrupt the domain name's resolution path. This means that all the services associated with the domain name (such as websites and email addresses) may stop working. This may alert you that a domain name has expired and must be renewed. To learn more about how to renew a domain name, please visit ICANN's About Renewing a Domain Name page.
Once you renew the domain name, the registrar must restore the domain name's resolution path immediately or as soon as commercially reasonable.
If you have a dispute with your registrar regarding payment of renewal fees, please visit ICANN's About Renewal Fee Paid But Domain Not Renewed page.
If you successfully paid to renew your domain name and it still does not work, please submit a Domain Renewal Complaint Form.