This experimental RDAP service is based on .it Registry public test environment registration data. The response data generated by this server are provided by .it Registry for experimental testing purposes only, and are not, and should not be considered to be, official WHOIS or RDAP query responses or data. This service allows the anonymous user to perform domain lookup and help queries as described in RFC 9082.
The HEAD method can be used only for lookup queries (including help).
This RDAP server implements the CC vCard parameter as described in RFC8605.
This RDAP server implements a JSON contact representation alternative to vCard as described in draft-ietf-calext-jscontact. Such a representation can be requested by adding to the query string the jscard parameter set to 1/true. The jscard parameter is valid only on the endpoints: entity, domain, entities, domains. Here in the following some examples:
The transition from jCard to JSContact Card is described in draft-ietf-regext-rdap-jscontact.
This RDAP server provides extensions both to response fields and JSON values:
New fields have been defined to map custom information of .it entities:
New values have been defined for the status field of a domain object in order to map custom statuses:
dns hold: domain name for which the check of the DNS configuration, performed by the Registry after registration, has ended unsuccessfully. It appears in combination with inactive status;
no registrar: domain name whose sponsoring registrar has no more an active contract with the Registry. It can appear in combination with both active (when the domain name is still not expired) and inactive (when the domain name is already expired) statuses;
not renewed: domain name that has reached the expiring date and has not been renewed automatically due to insufficient credit on the part of the Registrar. It appears in combination with inactive status;
to be reassigned: domain name for which a reassignment or challenge procedure has been concluded successfully. It appears in combination with inactive status;
revoked: domain name revoked by the Registry and not immediately available for free assignment. It appears in combination with inactive status;
challenged: domain name contested by a third party. It can appear in combination with every status;
bulk: domain name for which a bulk transfer operation is underway. It appears in combination with pending transfer status.
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