[dns-operations] DNS continuity during registrar transfers (was Re: Enom's name server broken?)

Rod Rasmussen rod.rasmussen at internetidentity.com
Tue Jan 15 22:26:18 UTC 2013

Technically an AUTH DNS provider change.  Practically though, both, as many, many domain holders use their registrar for both domain registration and DNS provisioning services (not to mention hosting, but that's another can of worms).  The original context was such an instance where the registrar (eNom) was providing both.



On Jan 15, 2013, at 2:07 PM, Patrik Fältström wrote:

> On 15 jan 2013, at 20:16, Mark Jeftovic <markjr at easydns.com> wrote:
>> But if they throw the switch on the RAR transfer *before* they update
>> the nameserver delegation (a common error), they may find themselves
>> without any functional DNS before they planned, as the losing RAR and
>> DNS provider drops the DNS right away (as in the case of Godaddy and
>> Network Solutions).
> Are we talking about change of DNS operator or registrar transfer?
> I am confused as the subject talks about registrar transfer but people seems to talk about change of DNS provider.
>   Patrik
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