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Technical Information

Technical Information

The REG-REG System is an XML-based transaction system. Communication with the REG-REG Server is done asynchronously, where the transaction units are digitally-signed electronic mail messages (signing provided by PGP). The REG-REG Server responses are sent as signed mail as well. The system uses elements of the EPP protocol family, although it is not a full implementation of EPP.

The Accredited Registrar is expected to implement a software client to interact with the system. Such a client is not supplied by ISOC-IL. Towards that end, the Registry provides a test-bed to allow registrars to test the Clients they have implemented for correct operation. As a pre-condition for accreditation, the registrars are expected to demonstrate a client that is able to perform the entire set of Registration Actions against the REG-REG Server.

An Information Retrieval Interface (“IRI”) is provided for retrieval of real-time information and tracking of Objects (Domain Names and Contacts) managed by the Accredited Registrars, and their Registration Actions.

View: REG-REG system Reference Manual

Test-bed Registration

A potential Registrar who wishes to utilize the test-bed environment, should send an email to: reg_testbed_admin AT isoc.org.il which includes:

  1. Subject Line: Testbed Registration Request.
  2. Testing Organization Full Name.
  3. Full name of a contact person.
  4. Postal Address.
  5. Phone Number.
  6. Fax Number.
  7. Primary email address for REG-REG Server responses.
  8. Primary email address for operational mail.

The applicant will be invited to ISOC-IL’s offices, for the purpose of exchanging PGP keys.

The applicant should bring to the meeting his/her personal ID, his/her public key (only) on media, and their PGP key ID.

The following corporate documents will be also required:

  1. Incorporation certificate (or a validated copy).
  2. Formal minutes of the corporate including:
    • A resolution to register to the test-bed.
    • Warranty that signing with the PGP key (identified by the PGP ID) is an obliging signature of the corporate.
    • Nomination of the person arriving to ISOC-IL’s offices as the corporate’s representative for the exchange of keys, including the representative’s identification information.
  3. Power of Attorney to the representative.