Where is the fastest way to register an expiring .ru domain?
According to the coordination center of national domain of network the Internet, currently 46 accredited registrars to register domain names in the zone .EN. Do I understand correctly that all other domain name registrars, including the largest foreign, are Resellers one of these accredited registrars for domain zone .EN?
Is there any domain Registrar, where expiring domains (.EN), is available for registration, faster than other registrars?
Source of information and whether it is public or can be access (the means of obtaining?), when a particular domain in the zone .EN, will become available for registration down to seconds? I understand that this information comes to accredited registrars, but where it comes from and whether it is possible for her to access, without becoming a Registrar.
Domains frees the registry from Tuesday to Friday from 17:00 GMT.
Only accredited registrars have direct access to the registry for checking domain availability and instant registration. Ordinary mortals only available Whois is updated only every 5 minutes, and domain registration upon release from Whois through any Registrar.
Some accredited registrars have a backorder service domains. If you pre-order the domain via this service, by the time of liberation, the Registrar will be ready to fulfill the Commission: checks it several times per second and records as soon as released. Catch yourself using whois unrealistic, especially if the domain to someone interesting. Whois can only be fished slag, which anyone became unnecessary.
Accredited Registrar .EN .Russia can be only Russian company. Foreign registrars (like godaddy) are intermediary (partner) of any accredited Registrar. They don't exactly have the sense to catch, and for such services they do not have.
Eulalia22 answered on June 10th 19 at 14:55
It is obvious that the current restaurateur, as he still holds a two month domain from yourself and others it is not available