About RDAP 【关于RDAP】
The Registration Data Access Protocol (RDAP) is the successor to the ageing WHOIS protocol. Like WHOIS, RDAP provides access to information about Internet resources: domain names, autonomous systems, and IP addresses.
Unlike WHOIS, RDAP provides:
·A machine-readable representation of registration data;
·Structured request and response semantics;
Visit whois.domainoriental.com to access the Web WHOIS
RDAP Introduction 【RDAP介绍】
The Registration Data Access Protocol, or RDAP, replaces traditional port 43 Whois. It provides a number of enhancements relative to Whois, such as transport security, internationalization, a structured data format, differentiated access, and extensibility.
RDAP was designed by the weirds working group of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), as a result of a request by ICANN for the IETF to develop a replacement for Whois.
It is now maintained by the regext working group which is also responsible for EPP standards development.
Domain Oriental Limited’s RDAP System 【DOL的RDAP系统】
Domain Oriental Limited’s RDAP system has been implemented to comply with the following specifications:
RFC7480: HTTP Usage in the Registration Data Access Protocol (RDAP)
RFC7481: Security Services for the Registration Data Access Protocol (RDAP)
RFC7482: Registration Data Access Protocol (RDAP) Query Format
RFC7483: JSON Responses for the Registration Data Access Protocol (RDAP)
RFC7484: Finding the Authoritative Registration Data (RDAP) Service
RFC8056: Extensible Provisioning Protocol (EPP) and Registration Data Access Protocol (RDAP) Status Mapping
gTLD RDAP Implementation Guide (PDF)
gTLD RDAP Response Profile (PDF)
RDAP Infrastructure 【RDAP架构】
The RDAP system runs on the same secure, resilient, high-performance infrastructure as the Whois system, and therefore enjoys the same reliability and scalability. It is available over both v4 and IPv6.
Like the Whois, the RDAP system uses a separate replica of the primary registry database and its own caching layer.
Security Controls 【安全控制】
RDAP is only available over HTTPS, and Domain Oriental Limited's HTTPS configuration is compliant with all current operational best practices for TLS deployment.
For more information on Whois status codes, please visit https://icann.org/epp
The Whois and RDAP services are provided by Domain Oriental Limited, and contain information pertaining to Internet domain names registered by our customers.
By using this services you are agreeing
(1) not to use any information presented here for any purpose other than determining ownership of domain names,
(2) not to store or reproduce this data in any way,
(3) not to use any high-volume, automated, electronic processes to obtain data from this service.Abuse of this service is monitored and actions in contravention of these terms will result in being permanently blacklisted.
All data is (c) Domain Oriental Limited (https://www.domainoriental.com)
Access to the Whois and RDAP services is rate limited. Domain Oriental Limited wishes to clarify its position on the use of the Whois service.
The Whois protocol (described in RFC 3912) provides information in a human-readable format. It was not designed for consumption by automated systems, but serves to provide information regarding domain name registrations.
RDAP Query Example 【查询例子】
Rate Limiting 【RDAP频率限制】
The RDAP system uses the same rate-limiting system as the Whois and follows the same policies. Note that this means that a port-43 Whois counts against the RDAP query rate, and vice versa.
To prevent abuse of the WHOIS system and the information stored in the WHOIS database, Domain Oriental Limited imposes relevant service limits on its Whois system.
Domain Oriental Limited reserves the right to temporarily block query sources where needed to ensure the stability of the Whois service,or to protect personal data from bulk collection. We periodically analyse query logs to detect patterns of abusive activity and will take steps to prevent or mitigate any abusive activity found.
Status of Port 43 Whois 【43端口WHOIS状态】
Once RDAP has been deployed, ICANN no longer requires gTLD registries and registrars to provide a port 43 Whois service. However, in order to reduce disruption to users, Domain Oriental Limited will carry out a phased sunset plan to give users time to upgrade their systems to use RDAP. We will provide more information about our plans to phase out the port 43 service in due course.
Comments and Questions 【评论和问题】
If you have any comments or questions about Domain Oriental Limited’s RDAP system, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.