The Domain Name Availability Check is an alternative method of checking if a Domain Name is available,
providing only an 'Available' or 'Not available' response. It is not subject to the regular
Whois Search's blacklisting rules. However, excessive use of this service may result in an
IP address ban at AusRegistry's discretion.
Please enter your Domain Name below :
Systems currently relying on Whois Search for Domain Name Availability Checks can implement the following method to avoid the likelihood of blacklisting. The format of the request is a text string of the Domain Name followed by a `\r\n' as per a standard Whois request. The service will then respond with either the string `Available' or `Not Available' depending upon whether or not the domain is available for registration.
To check the availability of ausregistry.net.au follow these steps:
The above procedure is compatible with standard Whois protocol; hence any reseller interface that is built to use Whois will be able to use this system as well.
Alternatively, the standard *nix whois command can be used as follows:
whois -h <server address> <domain name>
PLEASE NOTE - THIS SERVICE IS NOT SUBJECT TO THE REGULAR WHOIS SEARCH BLACKLISTING RULES. HOWEVER, EXCESSIVE USE OF THIS SERVICE MAY RESULT IN YOUR IP ADDRESS BEING BANNED AT AUSREGISTRY'S DISCRETION.
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