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DNS configuration for .pt, .de, .it, and .hu.

Some registries check that the DNS zone of the domain responds authoritatively. This means that for some extensions the configuration of the DNS must be done BEFORE the registration, transfer or update of the domain in question. If the configuration is wrong, the DNS will not pass the registry check and the DNS will not be updated. Some of the extensions that require good DNS configuration are, among others, .de, hu, .pt and .it.

.pt DNS

The nameservers that we want to use for a .pt domain must be configured beforehand. You can check their configuration here: https://www.dns.pt/en/tools/technical-evaluator. Whenever you get an error when checking this link, the DNS will not be changed and the domain will be in TECH-PRO status. Once the DNS zone of the domain is well configured, you can update the domain from the control panel and it will be synchronized with the Portugal registry.

For this reason it is important to remember that the DNS zone for the domain (in the Nameserver) must be created before registering the domain or before changing the DNS.

 

DNS of .de

The nameservers that we want to use for a .de domain must be well configured BEFORE starting with registration or transfer. You can check their settings here: https://www.denic.de/en/service/tools/nast/

If you register or transfer a domain with badly configured DNS, the registry uses its own DNS until the others (yours DNS) are well configured. If you register a .de domain with badly configured DNS, you will receive an email warning about it.

Once the DNS are properly configured, you can update the domain from the control panel and it will be synchronized with the German registry.

For this reason it is important to remember that the DNS zone for the domain (in the Nameserver) must be created before registering the domain or before changing the DNS.

 

DNS of .it

The nameservers that we want to use for a .it domain must be well configured before proceeding with registration or transfer. You can check their settings here: http://dns-check.nic.it/

If you register or transfer a domain with badly configured DNS, the domain will be "inactive / dnsHold". Until they are properly configured, the status of the domain will not be "ok".

For this reason it is important to remember that the DNS zone for the domain (in the Nameserver) must be created before registering the domain or before changing the DNS.

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