.an war die länderspezifische Top-Level-Domain (ccTLD) der 2010 aufgelösten Niederländischen Antillen. Sie existierte seit September 1993 und wurde von der Universität der Niederländischen Antillen verwaltet.[1] Für Curaçao, Sint Maarten und Bonaire, Sint Eustatius und Saba wurden die ccTLDs .cw, .sx und .bq benannt.[2]

Nur Staatsbürger und Unternehmen der Niederländischen Antillen waren berechtigt, eine .an-Adresse zu registrieren.[3] Registrierungen werden sowohl auf zweiter als auch auf dritter Ebene vorgenommen.

Einzelnachweise und Quellen

  1. .an Domain Delegation Data. In: iana.org. IANA, abgerufen am 31. Mai 2011 (englisch): „Country-code top-level domain designed for Netherlands Antilles (being phased out)“
  2. ISO 3166-1 NEWSLETTER VI-8. Code elements for Bonaire, Saint Eustatius and Saba, Curaçao and Sint Maarten (Dutch part), update of other territories and minor corrections. In: iso.org. ISO, 15. Dezember 2010, abgerufen am 31. Mai 2011 (pdf, englisch).
  3. University of the Netherlands Antilles. Domain Registration. Computer Center UNA, abgerufen am 31. Mai 2011 (englisch): „The regulation stipulates that the organization or entity requesting a domain name present an official Settlement Permit ("Vestigingsvergunning") of one of the islands pertaining to Netherlands Antilles and that the organization or entity is registered at the Chamber of Commerce ("Kamer van Koophandel"). For entities or organizations not forming part of the Netherlands Antilles or who are not registered at the Chamber of Commerce, third level domain names are made available. These are in the form of (e.g. .COM.AN or name.NET.AN).“

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