Domain Name Transfer

Transfer your Domain to Fastdot!


Transferring your domain name to Fastdot is extremely fast and easy to do. You can follow our step-by-step guide on how to transfer your domain, or begin the transfer process to Fastdot immediately!

If it seems a little to complicated or overwhelming we can also perform the transfer for you, simply open a support request in the Fastdot Client Area

Domain Transfer Tutorial

Follow the steps below to get started.

    1. Firstly, make sure we can reach you on your existing domains contact email and disable domain privacy.  You should be able to update or change this information at your current or old domain registrar.  Also make sure your domain name is unlocked!
    2. Once you are sure all the contact details are correct and your domain name is unlocked, simply log into your Client Area and enter your the  domain you like to transfer (without the www) into the field , and select Transfer.



Enter the domain password EPP code or Auth code for your domain.

This is obtainable via your current domain provider. If you don’t know where to find the EPP code, simply check the FAQ at the end of this tutorial.



Order Web Hosting

If you need web hosting for this domain , simply add it to this solution during the domain name transfer process



Review and checkout:

Select Checkout to proceed with the domain transfer process



Domain Name Registration or Transfer

Domain names are essential to having an online presence. They are an easy way for people to know where to find your website and to send you emails. A domain name is a human-readable “address” on the Internet. Domain names usually have extensions, like .com, .net, or .org, e.g. Fun Fact: The most expensive internet domain name was sold for $13 million. Without a domain name, it would be necessary for everyone to know the exact IP address of the machine where your website is currently hosted (need hosting?). That might be fine if there was just one, but eventually everyone would have to start making a list somewhere, with the names of websites and their corresponding IP addresses they want to remember just so they could keep track of them all.
Registering a domain name is easy. First, you will need to check if your domain is available, which can be done using the domain name checker. Once you have confirmed that your domain is available, you can register it by simply following the prompts.
Each country around has its own country code. In the United Kingdom the country code is .uk, while the New Zealand code is .nz. The ccTLD for Australia is .au and makes up the,,, and domain names.These ccTLDs allow simple identification of the domain name registry in a particular region. For example, an email or webpage request for an Australian domain is sent to the Australian registry (AusRegistry) database. This contains the DNS server records of the web hosting company, and will then forward the request there. The request is then resolved by the DNS servers, which then directs traffic to the correct hosting server location.
Yes, of course! Moving your domain to FASTDOT is quick and easy. Simply follow the instructions on our Domain Transfer page to get started.
Your EPP code (aka Domain Password) is a password that is attached to your domain. This password is required to transfer the domain to another domain name registrar .
Find EPP Code for Generic TLD’s (.com, .net, .org .. )
  1. Go to (external link)
  2. In the first text field, enter your domain name and click the orange magnifying glass.
  3. Next, select the Registration tab.
  4. In the Registration Tab, next to ICANN Registrar, you will find your current domain registrar’s name.
Once you have located your current domain name registrar, simply contact them to retrieve your domains EPP code / domain password.
Find EPP Code for Australian gTLD (,, ..)
  1. Firstly, ensure that your domain has domain privacy disabled, and the email address attached to your domain is active. This is where your domains EPP code will be sent.
  2. Go to AUDA  at
  3. Enter your domain name (without the www) in the first text field
  4. In the second text field called "Requestor Name", enter the domain owners name.
  5. Select the Recover button
  6. Your domains EPP code will arrive via email shortly

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Classic Domain Names

.COM | .AU | .CO | .NET | .BIZ | .ME | .EU | .ASIA | .TV | .MOBI | .NAME | .INFO | .ORG | .US | .NL| .FM | .HK | .ES | .CO.NZ | .DE | .CO.UK | .RU | .IM | .PM | .TW | .FR | .CN | .CA | .CH | .VN | .PL | .IL | .JP | .KR |

Domain Names General FAQ

You can manage your domain names via the FASTDOT Client Area. Once you have logged in, click on My Domains > Managed Domains.
The FASTDOT name server are:
You can view your domain expiry date within the Client Area. Click on My Domains > Manage Domains. You will see a list of your current domains along with their next due date.
By default we will renew your domain name automatically. Alternatively, you can manually renew your domain name in your Client Area
If your domain name has already expired, just contact us via the helpdesk to renew it. If your domain name is not renewed quickly it may be come available and be registered by another party.
By default, we will renew your domain name automatically. If you wish to manage your domain name renewals manually you can disable automatic renewal by logging in to the Client Area and then:Select “Domains” and then “My Domains” from the top navigation bar. Select the “Manage Domain” button to the right of the domain name you would like to view or modify. Click on the “Auto Renew” tab. Ensure that “Auto Renewal Status” has been set to “Disabled”.Please note: by disabling automatic renewal, you are assuming responsibility to renew your domain name. Failure to renew your domain name before its expiry date will cause it to stop working.
Login to your Client Area using the username and password issued with your Welcome Email you received at sign up.Once logged in, select “Domains” and then “My Domains” from the top navigation bar. Select the “Manage Domain” button to the right of the domain name you would like to view or modify. Click on the “Registrar Lock” tab. Ensure that “Registrar Lock Status” has been set to “Disabled”. If the current status is set to “Enabled” then please click on “Disable Registrar Lock”. Select the “Namesevers” tab, then on the following screen to modify the current nameserver settings. Select the “Change Nameservers” button to confirm your new nameserver settings.
You can manage your domain names public WHOIS contact information by logging into your FASTDOT Client Area:Select “Domains” and then “My Domains”. Click on the “Manage Domain” button for the domain you wish to manage. Click on the “Registrar Lock” tab. Ensure that “Registrar Lock Status” has been set to “Disabled”. If the current status is set to “Enabled” then please click on “Disable Registrar Lock”. On the same screen select “Management Tools” and then “Contact Information”. From here you can update the domain name with pertinent contact details for your website including details for the registrant, admin, tech & billing identities. Select the “Save Changes” button to confirm the new contact details.
.au Domain Administration Ltd (.auDA) is the policy authority and industry self-regulatory body for the .au domain space. They are responsible for developing and implementing domain name policy, accrediting and licensing domain registrars, implementing consumer safeguards and facilitating the .au Dispute Resolution Policy. Learn more.
WHOIS is a tool used to search the domain registry databases for information about a domain name. This tool can be used to obtain information such as the domain’s expiry date, owner and name server information.
Domain Names are used to establish a unique identity. Organizations and individuals can choose a domain name that corresponds to their name, helping Internet users to reach them easily.An important function of a domain name is to provide easily recognizable and memorizable names to numerically addressed Internet resources.