Whois information not updating

09-Jun-2016 10:45

Some ISPs filter IP addresses with invalid registration and contact details and maintain blacklists of networks with invalid whois information.

There, we encourage network operators to update whois registration records accordingly to ensure that the registry information is accurate and up to date.

Name servers: ns1.ns2.WHOIS lookup made at 02-Mar-2016 The WHOIS info is correct, but the DNS is just not updating to the DNS shown here.

any help on why it has not updated yet would be much appreciated, also since the 25th we have re-updated to the same DNS servers shown and it is still not updating.

See the following section of the Knowledge Base for help on making these changes: The e-mail should be from the owner of the Domain name (the source e-mail address will be verified), and include details of the changes required.

The APNIC Whois Database is an important source of reference for the Internet community as it contains information such as the Internet number registrations, routing, and abuse contacts etc.

If you need to update records not managed under an APNIC account, it is most likely that these are historical resources.

If you need to update and manage these historical resources, click here to to find out how.

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Simply log into the domain control panel every 3 months to update the contact details for the domain name and maintain the accuracy of your WHOIS entry.

If you need to update records for the Internet resources managed under your APNIC account, you can update them via My APNIC.

If the resources are to be transferred to another organization, please refer to the APNIC transfer page for more information on how records can be updated.

Enter in the new contact information then “Update Contact” or “Create Contact”.

Once updated you will want to push the contact information or set the correct contact on the domain to the correct person.Domain expiration can cause you to lose important incoming e-mails and experience unavailability of the related website.