Was bedeuten die Angaben im Whois: serverTransferProhibited oder clientTransferProhibited

Was Bedeutet serverTransferProhibited oder clientTransferProhibited?

serverTransferProhibited

-> Registar-Lock-Möglichkeit

ICANN Definition: This status code prevents your domain from being transferred from your current registrar to another. It is an uncommon status that is usually enacted during legal or other disputes, at your request, or when a redemptionPeriod status is in place.

This status may indicate an issue with your domain that needs to be addressed promptly. You should contact your registrar to request more information and resolve the issue. If your domain does not have any issues, and you simply want to transfer it to another registrar, you must first contact your registrar and request that they work with the Registry Operator to remove this status code.

clientTransferProhibited

-> Registry-Lock (Transfersperre von 60 Tagen nach NeuReg oder Transfer)

„clientTransferProhibited“ bedeutet, dass Anfragen auf einen Transfer auf Ebene der Registry abgelehnt werden. Dies dient als Schutzmechanismus, um unberechtigten Transfers vorzubeugen.

Dieser Status kann nur vom „Registranten“ aufgehoben werden. Bitte nehmen Sie in diesen Fällen Kontakt mit Ihrem „Domain Provider“ auf.

ICANN Definition: Alternatively, some Registry Operators offer a Registry Lock Service that allows registrants, thought their registrars to set this status as an extra protection against unauthorized transfers. Removing this status can take longer than it does for clientTransferProhibited because your registrar has to forward your request to your domain’s registry and wait for them to lift the restriction.

 

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