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  • 1.9 Nameservice: What is the difference between a "nameservice record" and "contents of a nameserver"?
    Answer:   The nameservice record describes the ip address of a nameserver associated with a (your) domain. This domain then has a reference to that record. Use 'Create/Change ...

  • 1.9 Nameservice: How to create a nameserver(-record)?
    Answer:   To use a custom nameserver, you first have to "register" it. For this, please  visit "My Domains", choose the domain to add a nameserver to click ...

  • 1.9 Nameservice: Who can make changes to a nameserver(-record)?
    Answer:     Only the owner (i.e. the person who created the nameserver) will be able to make modifications.   Please note: To find out who is allowed to ...

  • 1.9 Nameservice: What can be changed (nameserver record)?
    Answer:   Only the ip address of the nameserver may be changed. If the ip address is already in use by another record, it will fail, you ...

  • 1.9 Nameservice: What are SOA records and what are the requirements given by DENIC?
    Answer: SOA stands for "Start of Authority". A SOA record is the part of a DNS zone containing the responsible person of the zone and the ...

  • 1.3 Domain Registration: What are 'contacts'?
    Answer: Contacts   Associated with each domain, there is a so-called 'Whois record'. The information within this Whois record is published publicly, and has to be provided by ...

  • 1.3 Domain Registration: How to grant roles (= grant permissions to others)?
    Answer: Roles and Permissions You always can invite additional individuals (beside you) to administrate your domain(s). For this, you can assign so-called "roles" to other people, which ...

  • 1.4 Changes of a Domain: What can not be changed?
    Answer: If you register a domain, you are able to control most aspects of this domain: domain attributes (locks, privacy) whois data nameservers nameserver records (in case you use Joker.com ...

  • 1.4 Changes of a Domain: What can be changed?
    Answer: If you order a domain, you are able to control all aspects of this domain: domain attributes whois data ('contacts') nameservers nameserver records (in case you use ...

  • 1.4 Changes of a Domain: DNSSEC Support
    Answer:   What is DNSSEC DNSSEC is the abbreviation for 'Domain Name System Security Extensions'. It is a set of extensions to the domain name system (DNS), ...

  • 1.5 Change of Registrar = Transfer of a Domain: How do I use name service (DNS) or URL forwarding at Joker.com?
    Answer:   To add DNS records to your domain, or add email- and URL forwarding, please visit "My Domains", and choose "DNS" at the respective domain.   If you ...

  • 1.5 Change of Registrar = Transfer of a Domain: Why can't you take my current name server (DNS) entries?
    Answer:     Unfortunately, retrieving external nameserver records is not always possible. Many nameserver providers do not allow so called "zone transfers" from their nameservers, due to security considerations. In ...

  • 1.9 Nameservice: How to configure nameservers?
    Answer:   Every domain has to have at least two (2) nameservers. You can use the Joker.com namerservers   a.ns.joker.com b.ns.joker.com c.ns.joker.com   for free, or you may chose your own ...

  • 1.9 Nameservice: Who can make changes to nameserver content?
    Answer:   If Joker.com is providing the nameservice, the owner of a domain (the individual who registered the domain) is able to add nameserver records like IP ...

  • 1.9 Nameservice: How do I change my nameservers?
    Answer:   To change the nameservers associated with a domain, please log in at Joker.com and visit 'My Domains', selecting 'Modify' with the domain you want to change click ...

  • 1.9 Nameservice: How do I configure the Joker nameservers (adding entries)?
    Answer:   To add DNS records, URL- and Email forwards, you have to log into Joker.com and visit 'My Domains' in menu 'Domains'. Please click on "DNS" ...

  • 1.9 Nameservice: How do I configure my nameserver for a .de domain?
    Answer: Requests to register or update .de domains are handled by a robot doing the following checks on registry side: are all name servers given in the ...

  • 1.9 Nameservice: What is Dynamic DNS (DynDNS)?
    Answer: Introduction   Dynamic DNS is a system which allows the domain name data held in a nameserver to be updated in real time. The most common use ...

  • 1.15 What is...: What is eMail Forwarding?
    Answer: This is a service provided by Joker.com, which allows you to create email addresses for a domain, and to forward incoming emails for those addresses ...

  • 1.10 eMail Forwarding: How to configure Email forwarding?
    Answer:   To add or modify email forwarding entries, please visit 'My Domains' and choose 'DNS' at the domain you want to add forwarding records to from the ...

  • 1.15 What is...: What is URL Forwarding (Web Forwarding)?
    Answer:   This is a service provided by Joker.com, which allows to point all HTTP (web) requests for a domain (or subdomain) registered with Joker.com to the ...

  • 1.11 URL/Web Forward and -Redirect: How do I configure URL-Forwarding?
    Answer: To configure your URL forwarding, please visit the menu 'DNS' in 'My Domains' with the domain you want to add URL forwards to. Select URL-Forwarding ...

  • 2.1 General information: How to add existing domains to my portfolio?
    Answer:   Transition to a reseller account If you decide to let your Joker.com login account migrate to a Joker.com Reseller account, all your domains will be added ...

  • Plugins & Interfaces: WHMCS Registrar Module
    Answer:   WHMCS is a popular web hosting and automation solution, which includes billing and support options. If you are using WHMCS for your hosting activities, you may ...

  • Account and Handling: result-list
    Answer:   Accepts: pending  get results of requests still in progress showall get all results incl. deletes using result-delete period get results for specifed period of days (default: 90) date get results received on (or ...

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