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New .CN Registrations are Temporarily Unavailable

As announced earlier, the .CN Registry has made changes to its Domain Name Policy regarding the registration of new .CN Domain Names.

As a result, we have been forced to place .CN Registrations on DNO (Do Not Order) which means your Customers will be unable to Register new .CN Domains for the time being. Registrations will be unavailable till the Registry clarifies its policies and we are able to sufficiently analyze and deploy the new requirements as mandated by them.

Additionally, we are contacting the .CN Registry along with our fellow Registrars to seek clarification on policy changes and to ensure that future changes are made keeping your best interests in mind.

Rest assured, we are striving to make .CN Registrations available as soon as possible. In the meanwhile, if you have any questions or require any clarifications, feel free to contact your Account Manager or send an email to us at Sales@ResellerClub.com.

  • Ken

    Hi Guys,

    Any update on .cn domains its been more then 3 months no update from you guys.

  • http://www.resellerclub.com Kyle

    Hi Ken,

    Unfortunately CNNIC has not moved away from their earlier stance where:
    1) A Overseas Registrar can only register a domain name for an non-Chinese Organization having a branch in China.
    2) A Chinese Registrar can register a domain name only for a Chinese Registrant.

    This seems to be an indefinite decision from their the Registry’s end. On the other hand .CN.COM has been gaining quite a momentum as an alternative to .CN.

  • Jitesh

    We have registered several .cn domain names, will we be able to renew them. We are based in India and dont have any office or registration in China.

  • http://www.resellerclub.com Rohan

    Unfortunately, the .CN Registry has still not changed their policy and hence you will not be able to renew the Domains that you have registered.