Domain name Holder´s FAQ
- General information
- Registering a domain name
- The migration of domain names registered with DNS-LU to the online platform my.lu
- IDN domain names
- Invoicing and payment
- Domain name management and data maintenance
- Managing a domain name
- Changing domain name contacts
- Configuring a domain name
- Can a domain name be registered without a server name?
- Activating a domain name
- Testing whether name servers are configured correctly
- Changing server names: change of service provider
- Is there a domain name cancellation time?
- Deleting a domain name
- What is quarantine?
Restoring a domain name
Restoration is an operation that involves returning a domain name to its original state after deletion during the quarantine period. If, at the end of this period, the domain name in question has not been reactivated, it is made available again.
For domain names managed through the DNS-LU-online platform, the restoration operation is subject to a reactivation fee in addition to the registration fees for commencement of a new subscription period, as defined in the DNS-LU “Fees” document.
If domain names are managed by a registrar other than DNS-LU, you should contact your usual registrar directly to find out the procedure and conditions for restoration.
See also the sections
What is quarantine?
- Change your registrar
- Change of registrant (holder)
- Problems and solutions
- Domain names' disputes
- Other questions and comments
- Domain online management
- List of registrars
- Classic Registration
- Domain name holder dispute
- Domain name policy
- Check Nameserver
- Change registrar
Restriction regarding the registration of certain domain names which have been temporarily blocked has been abolished
New provisions relating to the possibility to request a dispute entry for .lu domain names