Learn more about .IE domains
The .IE domain is a so-called ccTLD domain name. The abbreviation ccTLD stands for Country Code Top Level Domain. A ccTLD domain is a top-level domain name that is used to define the domain for a particular country or a geographical area, in this case Ireland. The main registrar for this domain is University College Dublin Computing Services Computer Centre.
General domain information
Domains are managed by various companies and organizations. Therefore, there are various provisions that must be followed when registering a domain.
The min. and max. allowed length of the domain name.
|1 to 63 characters
Special characters allowed (IDN)
Some domains allow special characters in the domain.
|1 to 10 Years
|1 to 10 Years
Auth Code required
The auth code is only required for transfers.
You can start searching for a domain right away. Our system will check the above provisions during the search and notify you if the domain deviates from them. If you have any questions regarding these provisions, please feel free to contact us.
This domain is subject to certain restrictions and can only be registered if the following conditions are met:
The registrant must demonstrate a connection with Ireland (being Irish or an Irish company, owning a trademark valid in Ireland, having Irish customers or suppliers, having a service or product or website dedicated to the Irish people, and so on). if the holder already owns a .IE domain name, there is no need to prove their connection with Ireland or their identity again.