Become a .be registrar

DNS Belgium has a network of .be registrars who use the registration system to register domain names for their customers. We offer registrars two interfaces (EPP and web) that enable them to register their transactions and manage domain names on behalf of their customers in total security.

Become a registrar in 5 steps

Becoming a Registrar for .be domain names requires signing an agreement with DNS Belgium first. A sample version of the Registrar Agreement is available here. The appendix 1 of the above document contains the Enduser Terms and Conditions that apply to all .be registrants. If you agree with the conditions of the registrar agreement, follow the steps below.

1 Registration

Complete your company's details to enable us to generate a personalised agreement.

2 Agreement

We will send you a contract via email (via Adobe Sign) that you must sign electronically. You must save one copy for yourself.

3 Invoice

Upon receiving the signed contract, the prepayment invoice will be forwarded to you.
After payment of the prepayment you've chosen (at least € 2,500 VAT excl.) you will be activated as a .be registrar.

4 Activation

Once the payment is received, we will send you an e-mail with the activation codes and a link to the activation page.

5 Registrar profile

Connect to the registrar site to create your registrar profile. It is important to determine whether you want your company to be listed in the registrar list on our website. After creating a billing and technical contact you can proceed with your registrations.

registrar

Is the entity that registers a domain name for a company, organization or person. Next to the “resale” of web addresses registrars can also offer hosting services, web design... 

DNS

Domain Name System or Domain Name Server. The global DNS is the system and protocol used on the internet to translate domain names into IP addresses and vice versa. 

EPP

Extensible Provisioning Protocol, this is a computer protocol designed for managing domain names.

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