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Besides the fact that there is no real "propagation" in the DNS even if everyone says so (because the flow of changes is not applied top to bottom, but things are fetched from "bottom" recursive nameservers), whatever happens in that area should mostly be orthogonal to the case of using DNSSEC or not. Changing nameservers (which can happen even without ...


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I was under the impression renewal dates are locked and would carry over in the transfer This is indeed the case for .UK which is an exception as in almost all other TLDs a transfer will add one year to the expiration date. Unfortunately the registry whois output does not show expiration dates. The registrar should be the point of contact for you/the ...


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gTLD transfers are governed by ICANN rules. So .COM fails in this case. The rules are as follows (summarized, start at https://www.icann.org/resources/pages/registrars/transfers-en if you want all the details, prepare some time and aspirin): you (as supposedly the current owner of the domain) need to have the associated authInfo. This should be provided by ...


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CIRA, the registry for .CA among other things, changed its backend last February (see https://cira.ca/newsroom/cybersecurity/canadas-domain-now-powered-fury-registry-platform) and some things have changed, including transfers and notifications related to those. This impacted all registrars that had to adapt their systems. It may be the reason, or not, only ...


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