.台湾

.tw
TWNIC Logo
Introduced 1989
TLD type Country code top-level domain
Status Active
Registry TWNIC
Sponsor TWNIC
Intended use Entities connected with
 Taiwan
Actual use Popular in Taiwan
Registration restrictions Requirements vary depending on which second-level name registration is within; foreigners allowed in several categories
Structure Registrations are at second level or at third level beneath some second-level labels
Documents Guidelines for administration of domain name registration
Dispute policies Taiwan Network Information Center Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy
Website DNSSEC yes

.tw is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Taiwan. The domain name is based on the ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code TW. The registry is maintained by TWNIC. Registrations are accepted by commercial registrars. Neulevel has entered into a partnership with TWNIC to market the tw outside Taiwan.

ICANN assigned two internationalized domain names (IDN) for Taiwan on June 25, 2010:[1]

No registrations under these domain have been conducted as of August 2010.

Registrations under tw are possible in second-level space or under various domains as third-level domains:

  • edu.tw: for educational and academic institutions
  • gov.tw: for ROC government agencies, operated by Taiwan
  • mil.tw: for the ROC Armed Forces, operated by Taiwan
  • com.tw: for companies or firms (Taiwanese or foreign) registered under the laws of their country
  • net.tw: for network or telecommunications license holders
  • org.tw: for non-profit organizations (Taiwanese or foreign) established according to the laws of their country
  • idv.tw: for individuals (must verify their identity by e-mail)
  • game.tw: unrestricted (but registrant must verify their identity by email)
  • ebiz.tw: unrestricted (but registrant must verify their identity by email)
  • club.tw: unrestricted (but registrant must verify their identity by email)
  • tw: unrestricted

Domain names in Chinese characters may also be registered at the second level. Furthermore, any registrant of a standard domain name who has chosen a domestic registrar may automatically get two more domain names in Chinese characters in the following second-level domains: 網路.tw, 組織.tw and 商業.tw. These second-level domains correspond to net.tw, org.tw and com.tw, respectively.

References

External links

  • .TW Whois Service
  • IANA .tw whois information
  • List of registrars accredited by TWNIC
  • List of registrars accredited by Neulevel
  • How to Register .Tw Domain Name
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