Q: How do I get control over my domain? How do I get control over my domain?
1. Make sure that you have Transaction ID and Security Code for your domain came from sercureserver.net
2. Visit http://idp.securepaynet.net/shopper_new.aspx?isc=wwbb42se=%2bprog_id=asusaspkey=SPSWEB14login=target=secure_ transfer.asp%3furl%3d to create an account for your domain
3. Enter contact information to create a new account for you. Make sure the Emailid which should be the same that you submittedfor domain registration.
4. Click on 'CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT'
5. After successful of Account Creation, You will automatically get login into Domain Control Panel.
Now you click on 'Accept an Account Change' link from the main Account Manager list, or from the Domain Names dropdown and follow the screen instructions then finally click on checkout button.
6. If you processed all the steps then hopefully you will have control over domain
In one account, you can manage multiple domains
Q: What is DNS?
A: Every time you follow a link or type in the name of a web site, such as www.asystemsusa.com, that name must be translated into an IP address on the Internet. This translation is done by the domain name service. A DNS server is a program that participates in the task of providing this sevice. Some DNS servers respond to queries from web browsers and other programs, make further inquiries, and return IP addresses, such as 126.96.36.199, which is the current IP address of www.asystemsusa.com. Other DNS servers have primary responsibility for answering DNS inquiries about names within a particular domain, such as the asystemsusa.com domain. Every time a new domain is registered, a DNS server must be configured to give out address information for that domain, so that users can actually find web sites in that domain. In most cases, web hosting companies provide this service for the domains that they host; it is rare for webmasters to run their own DNS servers.
Q: How do domain names work?
A: A domain name is very similar to an address forwarding service. The domain name is the address people type in their web browser to get to your web site. The domain name then points to the "real" address that contains your web site. The "real" address is called the IP address and is a series of numbers, such as 188.8.131.52. This IP address then points to the location on the server that contains your web site files. The reason we use domain names instead of IP addresses is because for most people a name, rather than a series of numbers, is much easier to remember. So, your domain name points to your IP address, which in turn points to your web site which allows users all across the Internet to view your web pages.
Q: What is a name server?
A: Name servers are the Internet's equivalent to a phone book. A name server maintains a directory of domain names and matching IP addresses. The information from all the name servers across the Internet is then gathered in the Central Registry. Host companies check in with the Central Registry on a regular schedule to get updated name server information, which makes it possible for people across the Internet to access your web site. When your domain is set up, information about your domain name is added to our name servers. That information is then sent from us to the Central Registry to be used by the other name servers on the Internet.
It usually takes about 48-72 hours before name servers on other networks will be able to access the information after the Central Registry gets it. This 48-72 hour period is referred to as propagation.
asystemsusa.com's name servers are: ns1.granddubai.com and ns2.granddubai.com