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Rome Here We Come!

RIPE, which is in charge of IP addresses and other technical resources for the internet in Europe, is holding its next meeting in Rome. We have been members of RIPE for a few years, but while we have been active on some of the mailing lists and working groups, we’ve never actually attended a meeting. […]

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CENTR Debate On Reputational DNS

CENTR (Council of European National Top Level Domain Registries), which is the European association for country code domain name registry managers, held their 43rd General Assembly in Brussels last week. I was invited to speak at the meeting, but rather than giving a “talk” the format was a debate about “reputational DNS”. So what exactly […]

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How DNS Works – For Non-Technical People

DNS is a wonderful thing.Honest!Unfortunately, while it may be the glue that binds everything together (excuse the puns!) , it is one of those things that really confuses people. CENTR have released a really nice and simple guide to how it works which is aimed at “normal” people Have a look for yourself: Now, does […]

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Check Your DNS Easily

People get confused by DNS and apart from email related issues it probably accounts for more technical support issues than anything else. The problems and the issues may not go away anytime soon, but we thought we could help people resolve them quickly with a simple online tool Enter “My DNS Check“.. Based on the […]

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ICANN Seoul – Less Than A Week Away

The ICANN meeting in Seoul will be starting next weekend and we will be attending. The agenda will, as usual, be varied with topics covering the many different areas of internet policy, current topics and the future. One of the hottest topics (again!) will be the introduction of new TLDs (domain extensions). Other topics such […]

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CM Launch Delayed

The .cm launch was meant to be happening today. It’s not and instead I’m writing to say that it’s been delayed. When will it launch? We honestly don’t know. COCCA, who run the backend registry services for .cm, have serious concerns about the technical stability of the .cm (Cameroon) nameservers, which is why they delayed […]

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Are You Interested In Training?

Following on from some random chatter on Twitter earlier this evening it’s become apparent that some people would be interested in training.. Training on what though? Well that’s really up to you… Obvious topics that could be considered: the control panel Plesk dns basics domain basics (and maybe more advanced topics?) So would people be […]

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More Flash Tutorials Added – Application Vault – DNS

We’ve added a couple of more Flash tutorials to the support section of our site. The new tutorials cover using the control panel to manage DNS, change nameservers and use the autoinstaller (Application Vault) to setup applications like WordPress or Movable Type. You can now easily manage your domain’s DNS settings including setting up both […]

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New Lower Priced Domain Names

To celebrate the launch of our nice new shiny hosting platform we’ve slashed the price on domains by about 33%. We were charging € 8.25 for a .com, whereas now we’re charging a mere € 5.99. And don’t forget our fantastic price on IE domains – a mere 24.99 € ! When you combine that […]

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