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API commands

Please find in the following a set of the most commonly used standard API commands in order to register, modify, renew, and transfer a domain name.

Domain Registration

(API Command reference » AddDomain)
command         = AddDomain
domain          = yourdomain.ec
period          = (INT)
ownercontact0   = (CONTACT)
admincontact0   = (CONTACT)
techcontact0    = (CONTACT)
billingcontact0 = (CONTACT)
nameserver0	= (NAMESERVER)
nameserver1 	= (NAMESERVER)

Domain Modification

(API Command reference » ModifyDomain)
command = ModifyDomain
domain  = yourdomain.ec

Domain Renewal

(API Command reference » RenewDomain)
command    = RenewDomain
domain     = yourdomain.ec
period     = (INT)
expiration = (INT)

Domain Deletion

(API Command reference » DeleteDomain)
COMMAND = DeleteDomain
DOMAIN = yourdomain.ec

Domain Transfer

(API Command reference » TransferDomain)
command = TransferDomain
domain = yourdomain.ec
action = REQUEST
auth = (TEXT)
  • A .ec domain transfer can be initiated with a so-called authorisation code, which can be obtained from the current registrar through the owner or Admin-C of the domain.
  • A .ec domain transfer can also be initiated without authcode. The losing registrar has to confirm or reject the transfer of the domain within 14 days. If the losing registrar does neither approve nor deny, the transfer will automatically be disapproved from the registry after 14 days.
  • Important: If NIC.EC is the registrar, the transfer request is done without authcode. The registry requires a Letter of Authorization (LoA) signed by the registrant to approve the transfer of the domain. Please send the LoA to support@rrpproxy.net after the transfer request.

Domain Restore

(API Command reference » RestoreDomain)
command = RestoreDomain
domain  = yourdomain.ec

Domain Restrictions

No domain names which:

  • are formed by words or phrases that may turn offensive, harsh or that may affect moral or public order or that may go against Ecuadorian Law.
  • deal with official aspects or subjects without a proper authorization.
  • match with protocol names, applications and terminology of the Internet or domain name terminology , e.g. "http", "web", "www", "ftp", "telnet", "email", etc.
  • match identically and under the same level, with existing domain names within the database of NIC.EC.
  • match names restricted for registry, according to NIC.EC Policies.
  • country names and city names are blocked.

Wedomains :)