Domain Registration for POLE.ORG
[ NETINFO:DOMAIN-TEMPLATE.TXT ] [ 04/93 ]
To establish a domain, the following information must be sent to the InterNIC Domain Registrar (HOSTMASTER@INTERNIC.NET). Questions may be addressed to the Hostmaster by electronic mail at the above address, or by phone at (703) 742-4777 or (800) 444-4345.
NOTE: The key people must have electronic mailboxes and "handles," unique NIC database identifiers. If you have access to "WHOIS", please check to see if you are registered and if so, make sure the information is current. Include only your handle and any changes (if any) that need to be made in your entry. If you do not have access to "WHOIS", please provide all the information indicated and a handle will be assigned.
(1) The name of the top-level domain to join (EDU, COM, MIL, GOV, NET, ORG).
1. Top-level domain: org
(2) The name of the domain (up to 12 characters). This is the name that will be used in tables and lists associating the domain with the domain server addresses. [While, from a technical standpoint, domain names can be quite long we recommend the use of shorter, more user- friendly names.]
2. Complete Domain Name: pole.org
(3) The name and address of the organization establishing the domain.
3a. Organization name: Internet Multicasting Service
3b. Organization address: Suite 1155 National Press Building Washington, DC 20045
(4) The date you expect the domain to be fully operational.
4. Date operational: ASAP
(5) The handle of the administrative head of the organization -- or this person's name, mailing address, phone number, organization, and network mailbox. This is the contact point for administrative and policy questions about the domain. In the case of a research project, this should be the principal investigator.
NOTE: Both the Administrative and the Technical/Zone contact of a domain MUST have a network mailbox, even if the mailbox is to be within the proposed domain.
5a. Handle (if known) : cm225 5b. Name (Last, First) : Malamud, Carl 5c. Organization: Internet Multicasting Service 5d. Mail Address: Suite 1155 National Press Building Washington, DC 20045 5e. Phone Number: (202) 628-2044 5f. Net Mailbox : firstname.lastname@example.org
(6) The handle of the technical contact for the domain -- or the person's name, mailing address, phone number, organization, and network mailbox. This is the contact point for problems concerning the domain or zone, as well as for updating information about the domain or zone.
Technical and Zone Contact
6a. Handle (if known): cm225 6b. Name (Last, First) : Malamud, Carl 6c. Organization: Internet Multicasting Service 6d. Mail Address: Suite 1155 National Press Building Washington, DC 20045 6e. Phone Number: (202) 628-2044 6f. Net Mailbox : email@example.com
(7) Domains must provide at least two independent servers on Government-sponsored networks that provide the domain service for translating names to addresses for hosts in this domain.
* If you are applying for a domain and a network number assignment simultaneously and a host on your proposed network will be used as a server for the domain, you must wait until you receive your network number assigment and have given the server(s) a netaddress before sending in the domain application. Sending in the domain application without complete information in Sections 7 and 8 of this template will result in the delay of the domain registration.
Also, establishing the servers in physically separate locations and on different PSNs and/or networks is strongly recommended.
NOTE: All new hosts acting as servers will appear in the DNS root servers but will not apppear in the HOSTS.TXT file unless otherwise requested.
Primary Server: HOSTNAME, NETADDRESS, HARDWARE, SOFTWARE
7a. Primary Server Hostname: trystero.malamud.com 7b. Primary Server Netaddress: 188.8.131.52 7c. Primary Server Hardware: Sun SPARC 7d. Primary Server Software: UNIX
(8) The Secondary server information.
8a. Secondary Server Hostname: ns.uu.net 8b. Secondary Server Netaddress: 184.108.40.206 8c. Secondary Server Hardware: Sun SPARC 8d. Secondary Server Software: UNIX
(9) If any currently registered hosts will be renamed into the new domain, please specify old hostname, netaddress, and new hostname.
(10) Please describe your organization briefly.
Internet Multicasting Service is a non-profit corporation which provides implementation on technical and public affairs topics through a stream of regular programming and periodic special events which take full advantage of the capabilities of the Internet.