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.BIZ Agreement Appendix 4
Registry Operator Monthly Reports
(22 August 2013)


Registry Operator shall continue to provide reports to ICANN per the terms set forth in Appendix 4 to the Registry Agreement, dated 8 December 2006, for the TLD as set forth at http://www.icann.org/en/about/agreements/registries/biz/appendix-04-08dec06-en.htm.  Notwithstanding the foregoing, Registry Operator shall provide monthly reports for the TLD to ICANN using the API described in draft-lozano-icann-registry-interfaces <http://tools.ietf.org/html/draft-lozano-icann-registry-interfaces>, no later than 180 calendar days after the later of (i) such publication becomes an RFC or (ii) the Effective Date of this Agreement.

ICANN may request in the future that the reports be delivered by other means and using other formats.  ICANN will use reasonable commercial efforts to preserve the confidentiality of the information reported until three months after the end of the month to which the reports relate.  Unless set forth in this Appendix, any reference to a specific time refers to Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

1.            Per-Registrar Transactions Report.  This report shall be compiled in a comma separated-value formatted file as specified in RFC 4180.  The file shall be named “gTLD-transactions-yyyymm.csv”, where “gTLD” is the gTLD name; in case of an IDN-TLD, the A-label shall be used; “yyyymm” is the year and month being reported.  The file shall contain the following fields per registrar:

Field #

Field name

Description

01

registrar-name

Registrar’s full corporate name as registered with IANA

02

iana-id

For cases where the registry operator acts as registrar (i.e., without the use of an ICANN accredited registrar) 9999 should be used, otherwise the sponsoring Registrar IANA id should be used as specified in http://www.iana.org/assignments/registrar-ids

03

total domains

total domains under sponsorship

04

total-nameservers

total name servers registered for TLD

05

net-adds-1-yr

number of domains successfully registered with an initial term of one year (and not deleted within the add grace period)

06

net-adds-2-yr

number of domains successfully registered with an initial term of two years (and not deleted within the add grace period)

07

net-adds-3-yr

number of domains successfully registered with an initial term of three years (and not deleted within the add grace period)

08

net-adds-4-yr

number of domains successfully registered with an initial term of four years (and not deleted within the add grace period)

09

net-adds-5-yr

number of domains successfully registered with an initial term of five years (and not deleted within the add grace period)

10

net-adds-6-yr

number of domains successfully registered with an initial term of six years (and not deleted within the add grace period)

11

net-adds-7-yr

number of domains successfully registered with an initial term of seven years (and not deleted within the add grace period)

12

net-adds-8-yr

number of domains successfully registered with an initial term of eight years (and not deleted within the add grace period)

13

net-adds-9-yr

number of domains successfully registered with an initial term of nine years (and not deleted within the add grace period)

14

net-adds-10-yr

number of domains successfully registered with an initial term of ten years (and not deleted within the add grace period)

15

net-renews-1-yr

number of domains successfully renewed either automatically or by command with a new renewal period of one year (and not deleted within the renew grace period)

16

net-renews-2-yr

number of domains successfully renewed either automatically or by command with a new renewal period of two years (and not deleted within the renew grace period)

17

net-renews-3-yr

number of domains successfully renewed either automatically or by command with a new renewal period of three years (and not deleted within the renew grace period)

18

net-renews-4-yr

number of domains successfully renewed either automatically or by command with a new renewal period of four years (and not deleted within the renew grace period)

19

net-renews-5-yr

number of domains successfully renewed either automatically or by command with a new renewal period of five years (and not deleted within the renew grace period)

20

net-renews-6-yr

number of domains successfully renewed either automatically or by command with a new renewal period of six years (and not deleted within the renew grace period)

21

net-renews-7-yr

number of domains successfully renewed either automatically or by command with a new renewal period of seven years (and not deleted within the renew grace period)

22

net-renews-8-yr

number of domains successfully renewed either automatically or by command with a new renewal period of eight years (and not deleted within the renew grace period)

23

net-renews-9-yr

number of domains successfully renewed either automatically or by command with a new renewal period of nine years (and not deleted within the renew grace period)

24

net-renews-10-yr

number of domains successfully renewed either automatically or by command with a new renewal period of ten years (and not deleted within the renew grace period)

25

transfer-gaining-successful

transfers initiated by this registrar that were ack’d by the other registrar – either by command or automatically

26

transfer-gaining-nacked

transfers initiated by this registrar that were n’acked by the other registrar

27

transfer-losing-successfully

transfers initiated by another registrar that this registrar ack’d – either by command or automatically

28

transfer-losing-nacked

transfers initiated by another registrar that this registrar n’acked

29

transfer-disputed-won

number of transfer disputes in which this registrar prevailed

30

transfer-disputed-lost

number of transfer disputes this registrar lost

31

transfer-disputed-nodecision

number of transfer disputes involving this registrar with a split or no decision

32

deleted-domains-grace

domains deleted within the add grace period

33

deleted-domains-nograce

domains deleted outside the add grace period

34

restored-domains

domain names restored from redemption period

35

restored-noreport

total number of restored names for which the registrar failed to submit a restore report

36

agp-exemption-requests

total number of AGP (add grace period) exemption requests

37

agp-exemptions-granted

total number of AGP (add grace period) exemption requests granted

38

agp-exempted-domains

total number of names affected by granted AGP (add grace period) exemption requests

39

attempted-adds

number of attempted (successful and failed) domain name create commands

The first line shall include the field names exactly as described in the table above as a “header line” as described in section 2 of RFC 4180.  The last line of each report shall include totals for each column across all registrars; the first field of this line shall read “Totals” while the second field shall be left empty in that line.  No other lines besides the ones described above shall be included.  Line breaks shall be <U+000D, U+000A> as described in RFC 4180.

2.            Registry Functions Activity Report.  This report shall be compiled in a comma separated-value formatted file as specified in RFC 4180.  The file shall be named “gTLD-activity-yyyymm.csv”, where “gTLD” is the gTLD name; in case of an IDN-TLD, the A-label shall be used; “yyyymm” is the year and month being reported.  The file shall contain the following fields:

Field #

Field Name

Description

01

operational-registrars

number of operational registrars at the end of the reporting period

02

ramp-up-registrars

number of registrars that have received a password for access to OT&E at the end of the reporting period

03

pre- ramp-up-registrars

number of registrars that have requested access, but have not yet entered the ramp-up period at the end of the reporting period

04

zfa-passwords

number of active zone file access passwords at the end of the reporting period

05

whois-43-queries

number of WHOIS (port-43) queries responded during the reporting period

06

web-whois-queries

number of Web-based Whois queries responded during the reporting period, not including searchable Whois

07

searchable-whois-queries

number of searchable Whois queries responded during the reporting period, if offered

08

dns-udp-queries-received

number of DNS queries received over UDP transport during the reporting period

09

dns-udp-queries-responded

number of DNS queries received over UDP transport that were responded during the reporting period

10

dns-tcp-queries-received

number of DNS queries received over TCP transport during the reporting period

11

dns-tcp-queries-responded

number of DNS queries received over TCP transport that were responded during the reporting period

12

srs-dom-check

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “check” requests responded during the reporting period

13

srs-dom-create

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “create” requests responded during the reporting period

14

srs-dom-delete

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “delete” requests responded during the reporting period

15

srs-dom-info

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “info” requests responded during the reporting period

16

srs-dom-renew

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “renew” requests responded during the reporting period

17

srs-dom-rgp-restore-report

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name RGP “restore” requests delivering a restore report responded during the reporting period

18

srs-dom-rgp-restore-request

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name RGP “restore” requests responded during the reporting period

19

srs-dom-transfer-approve

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “transfer” requests to approve transfers responded during the reporting period

20

srs-dom-transfer-cancel

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “transfer” requests to cancel transfers responded during the reporting period

21

srs-dom-transfer-query

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “transfer” requests to query about a transfer responded during the reporting period

22

srs-dom-transfer-reject

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “transfer” requests to reject transfers responded during the reporting period

23

srs-dom-transfer-request

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “transfer” requests to request transfers responded during the reporting period

24

srs-dom-update

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) domain name “update” requests (not including RGP restore requests) responded during the reporting period

25

srs-host-check

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) host “check” requests responded during the reporting period

26

srs-host-create

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) host “create” requests responded during the reporting period

27

srs-host-delete

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) host “delete” requests responded during the reporting period

28

srs-host-info

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) host “info” requests responded during the reporting period

29

srs-host-update

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) host “update” requests responded during the reporting period

30

srs-cont-check

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) contact “check” requests responded during the reporting period

31

srs-cont-create

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) contact “create” requests responded during the reporting period

32

srs-cont-delete

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) contact “delete” requests responded during the reporting period

33

srs-cont-info

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) contact “info” requests responded during the reporting period

34

srs-cont-transfer-approve

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) contact “transfer” requests to approve transfers responded during the reporting period

35

srs-cont-transfer-cancel

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) contact “transfer” requests to cancel transfers responded during the reporting period

36

srs-cont-transfer-query

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) contact “transfer” requests to query about a transfer responded during the reporting period

37

srs-cont-transfer-reject

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) contact “transfer” requests to reject transfers responded during the reporting period

38

srs-cont-transfer-request

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) contact “transfer” requests to request transfers responded during the reporting period

39

srs-cont-update

number of SRS (EPP and any other interface) contact “update” requests responded during the reporting period

 

The first line shall include the field names exactly as described in the table above as a “header line” as described in section 2 of RFC 4180.  No other lines besides the ones described above shall be included.  Line breaks shall be <U+000D, U+000A> as described in RFC 4180.