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Find your perfect match

Select from a vast range of TLDs to find the domain that fits your vision. If your chosen name is available, you're ready to make it yours.

Manage with ease

Manage everything that concerns your domain directly from one centralised control panel – no clutter, just the essentials.

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Secure your domains comprehensively. In just a few easy steps, ensure robust protection at the domain, name server and server levels.

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Domain Monitoring

Vital for protecting your online presence and brand reputation, our domain monitoring service keeps any potential threats at bay.

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Domain Brokerage

If the domain you want is unavailable, our brokers can help you set a realistic budget and negotiate with the owner on your behalf.

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Trademark Registration

Trademark registration is key for protecting your brand, building consumer trust and securing your business’s reputation and assets.

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Questions?

Take a look at our FAQs

How do I create an account on Aruba Domains?

Creating an account is quick and easy, just fill in the form under the sign-up section here: https://arubadomains.com/registration

What is two-factor authentication?

Two-factor authentication (2FA) adds an extra layer of security to your Aruba Domains account. It combines something you know (such as your password) with something you possess (like your mobile phone). When setting up 2FA, you will be guided to link your Aruba Domains profile with the Google Authenticator app, which can be downloaded at no cost from the Google Play Store (link) or Apple App Store (link). With 2FA enabled, access to your Aruba Domains account will always require both your password and a verification code from your phone, ensuring that only you can log in.

How do I enable two-factor authentication?

To activate two-factor authentication (2FA) for your Aruba Domains account, please follow these steps:

  • Sign in to your Aruba Domains account
  • Click on your name at the top right corner of the page
  • Select ‘My Profile’ from the dropdown menu
  • Navigate to the ‘Password and Security’ section
  • Click on ‘Enable 2FA’

You can also follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup process.

How do I register a domain on Aruba Domains?

Registering a domain with Aruba Domains is a straightforward process. Just follow these simple steps:

  • Sign in to your Aruba Domains account
  • Use the search bar to find your desired domain name
  • Once you find an available domain, add it to your cart
  • follow the on-screen instructions to complete the registration process

Please ensure that your Aruba Domains account is active to complete your purchase. If you need information on how to create an account, please visit our dedicated section on account creation https://my.arubadomains.com/registration/.

 

Can I register a domain that’s already taken?

If you find that your desired domain is already registered, Aruba Domains offers a brokerage service to assist with the acquisition. Here’s how it works:

  • Conduct a search for your desired domain. If it’s taken, you’ll see an option for our brokerage service on the results page
  • When you request our brokerage service, our expert brokers will step in to facilitate the negotiation process
  • Before we reach out to the current domain owner, we’ll work with you to agree on a budget for the purchase
  • Our brokers will then contact the owner to negotiate on your behalf
  • If the negotiation is successful and you acquire the domain, Aruba Domains will charge a commission based on the final sale price

Can I transfer a domain to Aruba Domains?

Absolutely, to transfer your domain to Aruba Domains, you can request the transfer directly from the domain search results page

Where can I manage my domains?

You can manage your domains by navigating to ‘Domains’ and selecting ‘Domain list’. Here you’ll find a complete list of currently registered domains. From this list, click ‘Details’ to view or change domain settings.

How do I change the owner of my domain?

To change the owner of a domain, follow these steps:

  • Sign in to your Aruba Domains account
  • From the left-hand menu, select ‘Domains’ and then ‘Domain Registry’
  • Locate the domain you wish to update and click on the ‘Details’ button for that domain
  • On the domain details screen, select the ‘Change Owner’ option
  • A popup will appear in which you can choose the new entry to be applied. If you need to add a new owner to the registry who is not already listed, please refer to our [guide] for further instructions

How do I add an entry to the domain registry?

To add a new entry to apply to be applied to your domains, follow these steps:

  • Sign in to your Aruba Domains account
  • From the left-hand menu, select ‘Domains’ and then ‘Domain Registry’
  • Click the ‘Create Entry’ button
  • Fill in the required fields in the form
  • Click ‘Save’ to add the entry to the registry

How do I change information associated with my domain?

To update information associated with your domain, follow these steps:

  • Sign in to your Aruba Domains account
  • From the left-hand menu, select ‘Domains’ and then ‘Domain Registry’
  • Locate the domain you wish to update and click the ‘Details’ button for that domain
  • On the domain details screen, select the ‘Other Entries’ option to view the list of entries that apply to Admin and Tech
  • Scroll to the end of the page and click the ‘Change Entries’ button
  • Use the dropdown lists provided to select the new entry you wish to apply as Admin or Tech
  • If you do not want to make changes to one of these contacts, simply leave it unselected

How do I enable/disable auto-renewal?

To change your domain auto-renewal preferences, follow these steps:

  • Sign in to your Aruba Domains account
  • From the left-hand menu, select ‘Domains’ and then ‘Domain Registry’
  • Locate the domain you wish to update and click the ‘Details’ button for that domain
  • On the domain details screen, look for the ‘Settings’ option
  • Here you can enable or disable auto-renewal

How do I change DNS settings that apply to my domain?

To change your domain DNS settings, follow these steps:

  • Sign in to your Aruba Domains account
  • Navigate to ‘Domains’ and select ‘Domain Registry’
  • Locate the domain you wish to update and click the ‘Details’ button for that domain
  • On the domain details screen, look for the ‘DNS list and NameServers’ option to view your current DNS settings
  • To make changes, click the ‘Enable Changes’ button
  • Modify the DNS settings as required and then click save at the end of the page to apply changes

How do I create an invoicing profile?

To create an invoicing profile, follow these steps:

  • Sign in to your Aruba Domains account
  • From the left-hand menu, select ‘Payments’ and then ‘Invoicing Profiles’
  • On the ‘Invoicing Profiles’ screen click the ‘New Invoicing Profile’ button
  • A from will appear with the required fields to fill in.
  • Once completed click ‘Add Profile’ to save the new invoicing profile

Where can I view my invoices?

To find your invoices, navigate to ‘Payments’ and select ‘Invoices’, this will take you to a list of all your issued invoices. From here, you can view details of each invoice and download a PDF copy by clicking on the download icon or link associated with the invoice you wish to download.

What’s a DNS?

The Domain Name System (DNS), is an essential component of the internet’s functionality. It acts as a directory that translates human-friendly domain names into IP addresses, which are used by computers to identify each other on the network. Its main role is therefore to enable access to the web through a domain name instead of its corresponding IP address.

What are DNS records?

DNS records are the rules that guide DNS servers in linking domain names to their corresponding IP addresses. They serve as a crucial part of domain management and network connectivity. Each type of DNS record holds specific details about the domain:

  • A Records: link a domain to an IPv4 address
  • CNAME Records: define an alias for the canonical domain name and are used to associate new subdomains with an existing domain
  • MX Records: specify the server responsible for handling emails for a given domain
  • NS Records: identify the current nameservers used for your domain
  • SOA Records: hold essential information about the domain, such as the primary name server, time of last update, contact details and more
  • TXT records: provide the ability to associate arbitrary text with a domain and can contain descriptive information

 

How do I create a DNS profile?

Creating a DNS profile allows you to quickly apply a set of Nameservers to your domains. Follow these steps to create one:

  • Sign in to your Aruba Domains account
  • From the left-hand menu, select ‘Domains’ and then ‘Domain List’
  • On the DNS Templates page, click the ‘Create DNS Template’ button
  • Choose ‘New Setup’ to start configuring your Nameservers
  • Enter the Nameserver details into the relevant fields

Once completed, this DNS profile can be applied to any of your domains, streamlining the process for future changes or new domain additions

 

Can I change the DNS settings on one of my registered domains?

Yes, you have the ability to update the DNS settings on a domain you have registered with Aruba Domains. After establishing a new DNS profile (refer to “How do I create a DNS profile?”), you can assign it to your domain by following these steps:

  • Sign in to your Aruba Domains account
  • From the left-hand menu, select ‘Domains’ and then ‘Domain List’
  • Choose ‘DNS list and Nameservers’ from the list
  • On the ‘DNS list and Nameservers’ page, click the ‘Enable Changes’ button to apply the desired changes

 

 

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