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Country: Ireland
Continent: Europe
Location: 53°21'N -6°43'W
Time Zone: (GMT+00:00) UTC



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Overview
IDN capable: Yes
Handle Updates: No
Registration Period: 1-10 years
Autorenew Grace Period: 40 days
Deletion Timeframe: 30 days after expiration date
Registration System: Non-realtime, up to 1 working day
WHOIS-Server: https://www.iedr.ie/whois-result/
WHOIS-Update: Not Realtime
WHOIS-Privacy: No
Registry: Registry
Dispute Policy: Policy
DNSSEC: No


Contents

Zone Info

.IE is one of the offical country code Top-Level-Domain of Ireland.

Zone Use

.IE domain names can be registered by any individual or organization with business in Ireland. Please see restrictions.

Characters

  • Minimum: 2
  • Maximum: 63
  • Letters and numbers
  • Hyphens ("-"), however not at the beginning or directly in front of the TLD

IDN Info

The following IDN charaters are supported:
á, é, í, ó, ú

Domain Registration

We are pleased to inform you that .ie (Ireland) is available as an Automatized TLD now.

The changes in an overview:

  • Number of characters: min 2, max 63.
  • Three extensions will become obsolete: X-IE-COMPANY-ID, X-IE-TM-NUMBER, X-IE-RBN-NUMBER.
  • One new extension will be required: X-IE-APPLICANT = [Name of organization, group, club or natural person].
  • Changes of the allowed values for X-IE-APPLICANT-CLASS and X-IE-DOMAIN-CATEGORY (please see below).
  • Required form will be available at the RRPproxy Domain PDF Generator. Documents may be submitted per fax or via email (max 10 MB, .pdf/.png).
  • Change of registrant or contacts will be processed via ModifyDomain command.
  • Domain transfers will require an authcode, no other parameters mandatory.
  • Restores of .IE domains will be possible for a period of 60 days.

New values for X-IE-APPLICANT-CLASS:

  • Unincorporated Association
  • Statutory Body
  • Sole Trader
  • School/Educational Institution
  • Natural Person
  • Discretionary Applicant
  • Constitutional Body
  • Body Corporate (Ltd,PLC,Company)

New values for X-IE-DOMAIN-CATEGORY:

  • Discretionary Name, Publication Name, Registered Business Name, Registered Trade Mark Name, or Unincorporated Association Name if applicant class is "Unincorporated Association".
  • Discretionary Name, Publication Name, Registered Trade Mark Name, or State Agency Name if applicant class is "Statutory Body".
  • Discretionary Name, Personal Trading Name, Publication Name, Registered Business Name, or Registered Trade Mark Name if applicant class is "Sole Trader".
  • Discretionary Name, Publication Name, Registered Trade Mark Name, or School/Educational Institution Name if applicant class is "School/Educational Institution".
  • Discretionary Name, Personal Name, Politician's Name, or Registered Trade Mark Name if applicant class is "Natural Person".
  • Discretionary Name if applicant class is "Discretionary Applicant".
  • Discretionary Name, Publication Name, Registered Trade Mark Name, or State Agency Name if applicant class is "Constitutional Body".
  • Corporate Name, Discretionary Name, Publication Name, Registered Business Name, or Registered Trade Mark Name if applicant class is "Body Corporate (Ltd,PLC,Company)".

Example for AddDomain command, registrant is a company:

[COMMAND]
(required)                     
command              = AddDomain
domain               = example.ie
period               = 1
auth                 = [authcode]
ownercontact0        = [CONTACT]
admincontact0        = [CONTACT]
techcontact0         = [CONTACT]
billingcontact0      = [CONTACT]
nameserver0          = [NAMESERVER] | [NULL]
nameserver1          = [NAMESERVER] | [NULL]
X-IE-APPLICANT       = [Name of organization]
X-IE-APPLICANT-CLASS = Body Corporate (Ltd,PLC,Company)
X-IE-DOMAIN-CATEGORY = Corporate Name
                     
EOF


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Domain Modification

Trade

Registrant changes for .IE domains can be done via API or webinterface. The expiration date of the domain will not be changed.

[COMMAND]
(required)                     
command              = TradeDomain
domain               = domain.ie
...                  
X-IE-APPLICANT       = [New Applicant]
X-IE-APPLICANT-CLASS = [Natural Person]
X-IE-DOMAIN-CATEGORY = [Registered Trade Mark Name]
                     
EOF

or by a ModifyDomain with the X-ACCEPT-TRADE parameter:

[COMMAND]
(required)                     
command              = ModifyDomain
domain               = yourdomain.ie
ownercontact0        = ....
X-IE-APPLICANT       = [see Domain_Registration for possible values]
X-IE-APPLICANT-CLASS = [see Domain_Registration for possible values]
X-IE-DOMAIN-CATEGORY = [see Domain_Registration for possible values]
X-ACCEPT-TRADE       = 1
                     
EOF


Please note

  • In any other case a signed fax on headed paper from the current Administrative Contact must be submitted, stating that they authorize the cancellation of the domain name for the purpose of having it reassigned to future holder.

Go to http://pdf.rrpproxy.net or http://www.formgenerator.net and generate the required form (Documentation for Buyers).

Send a signed copy of this form to the fax number indicated on top of it or by mail to fax@rrpproxy.net (max. 10MB, preferably .pdf/.png)

Domain Renewal

.IE domains cannot be renewed explicitly. To renew a .IE domain, you have to set the domain renewal mode or default renewal mode to "AUTORENEW" or "RENEWONCE".

Deletion Process

.IE Domains can be deleted online through the Delete Command.

[COMMAND]
(required)        
command = DeleteDomain
domain  = yourdomain.ie
        
EOF

Please note:
A signed fax on headed paper from the current Administrative Contact must be submitted, stating that they authorize the cancellation of the domain name.

Restrictions

Corporate Name
An incorporated company can register a domain name to reflect their corporate name. A company can register multiple different domain names in this category. Only a company can have a corporate name and therefore only a company can register a domain name in this category.
  • Requirements:
    • A company applying under this category need only include their company number in the application.
    • If the company is incorporated outside of Ireland, specifically UK or US, the company number must be included in the application. All applicants from any other country must submit a copy of the company's certificate of incorporation.
  • Domain Options:
    • An applicant can add words to their registered company name to form a domain name.
    • An applicant can register domain names that have a reasonable connection with their business. In this case the IEDR deems a reasonable connection to be a product or service of the company. (Registration policy)
    • An abbreviation of the corporate name may be used instead of the full corporate name.
Registered Trade Mark Name
Any applicant with a Registered Trademark is eligible to apply under this category.
  • Requirements:
    • Irish, UK, US and Community trademarks need only supply their Trademark Number in the application.
    • For any other country Trademark a copy of the Trademark Certificate must be supplied.
    • Where the application is made on the basis of a pending TM application the Registry will require a copy of the TM application form and official filing receipt, along with a letter from the TM holder.
    • Where the applicant is a licensed user of the trademark, the applicant must provide a signed letter on headed paper from the trademark holder authorising the applicant to register and hold the corresponding .IE domain.
  • Domain Options:
    • The proposed domain name must correspond closely with the TM, but may include plurals, descriptors, or non-descriptive elements such as numbers or letters and may also differ in respect of signs, symbols or punctuation.
  • Important Note:
    • A CTM (Community Trade Mark) provides a connection to Ireland automatically.
    • A WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organisation) may include Ireland (IE) in it's trade mark listing, in which case, it will also serve as a connection to Ireland.
    • All other Trade Marks must also provide a connection to Ireland in order to be approved.
Registered Business Name
A Sole Trader, Company or Unincorporated Association who hold a registered business name can apply for a domain name under this category. (Note: If you trade under a name other than your own name, you must register it as a business with the CRO).
  • Requirements:
    • The applicant applying under this category need only include the RBN Number in the application.
  • Unless:
    • The RBN cannot be confirmed online. If the applicant holds a copy of the registered business name certificate or a copy of all pages of the application form stamped by the Companies Registration Office, these documents can be faxed to the Registry.
    • The RBN has been recently applied for. Applications will be accepted if the applicant can provide us with a copy of their customer receipt from the Companies Registrations Office. Alternatively they can provide us with the Submission Number printed on the receipt, which also must be verifiable online to be accepted.
    • The IEDR is aware that applicants within Northern Ireland do not have to register business names and in such instances the Registry may accept a VAT number or a signed letter on headed paper from an bank manager, firm of chartered accountant(s), registered auditor(s), tax consultant(s), where the tax advisor identification number is displayed on the letterhead, or solicitor(s) confirming that the company is currently trading, or has serious intention and commitment to trade shortly, under the business name that is specified. The letter must state the name of the company and that they are trading, or intend to trade, under the business name in question.
  • Domain Options:
    • An applicant can add words to their registered business name to form a domain name.
    • An applicant can register domain names that have a reasonable connection with their business. In this case the IEDR deems a reasonable connection to be a product or service of the registered business.
    • An abbreviation of the registered business name may be used instead of the full business name.
    • In all cases, the registrant must either reside within Ireland, or demonstrate a Real and Substantive Connection with Ireland (with the exception of those applying with a registered Community Trademark).

Please note: Pre-configured name servers are mandatory!

Attention.png For registrant contacts located in the USA, United Kingdom & Northern Ireland and Ireland, the state (county) parameter becomes mandatory preferably submitted in ISO_3166-2 format!


Unfortunately, the registry does not support all county values. The following table contains the supported values depending on the country of origin:

Country County
United Kingdom & Northern Ireland Alderney, Avon, Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Borders, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, Central, Cheshire, Cleveland, Clwyd, Cornwall, Cumbria, Derbyshire, Devon, Dorset, Dumfries&Galloway, Durham, Dyfed, East Sussex, Essex, Fife, Gloucestershire, Grampian, Greater London, Greater Manchester, Guernsey, Gwent, Gwynedd, Hampshire, Hereford&Worcester, Hertfordshire, Highland, Humberside, Isle Of Man, Isle of Wight, Jersey, Kent, Lancashire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Lothian, Merseyside, Mid Glamorgan, Middlesex, Norfolk, North Yorkshire, Northamptonshire, Northumberland, Nottinghamshire, Orkney, Oxfordshire, Powys, Scotland, Shetland, Shropshire, Somerset, South Glamorgan, South Yorkshire, Staffordshire, Strathclyde, Suffolk, Surrey, Sussex, Tayside, Tyne&Wear, Wales, Warwickshire, West Glamorgan, West Lothian, West Midlands, West Sussex, West Yorkshire, Western Isles, Wiltshire, Co. Antrim, Co. Amagh, Co. Derry, Co. Down, Co. Fermanagh, Co. Tyrone
Ireland Co. Carlow, Co. Cavan, Co. Clare, Co. Cork, Co. Donegal, Co. Dublin, Co. Galway, Co. Kerry, Co. Kildare, Co. Kilkenny, Co. Laois, Co. Leitrim, Co. Limerick, Co. Longford, Co. Louth, Co. Mayo, Co. Meath, Co. Monaghan, Co. Offaly, Co. Roscommon, Co. Sligo, Co. Tipperary, Co. Waterford, Co. Westmeath, Co. Wexford, Co. Wicklow
USA Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

Transfers

.IE Transfers are possible. The domain will be renewed during the transfer process. Also a special transfer fee will apply for domain transfers.

Transfer procedure

.IE Transfers can either be done through the webInterface or API.

[COMMAND]
(required)                
command         = TransferDomain
domain          = yourdomain.ie
auth            = ...
ownercontact0   = ...
billingcontact0 = ...
                
EOF

Transfer Notes

  • To transfer a .IE domain to a new IE registrar a signed authorization on headed paper from the Administrative Contact listed on the domain is no more required. You only need an authorization code which can be requested from the current registar or directly from the registry's website by typing the domain and its registered admin email address. The auth code will then be sent to that mentioned email address.

Transfer Time

A transfer takes 3.0 days to complete.

Restores

Restores of .IE domains are possible for a period of 68 days. A restore can be done via API command or via webinterface.

[COMMAND]
(required)        
command = RestoreDomain
domain  = yourdomain.IE
        
EOF


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