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.sv

.sv
SVNet -- El Punto que Se Ve
Introduced 1994
TLD type Country code top-level domain
Status Active
Registry SVNet
Sponsor SVNet
Intended use Entities connected with  El Salvador
Actual use Popular in El Salvador
Registration restrictions Must have local contact
Structure Registrations are at third level beneath various second-level names
Documents Policies
Website SVNet

.sv is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for El Salvador.

Microsoft's Internet Explorer 6 has a bug in its Swedish version where .sv is used instead of .se when typing ctrl+return for appending the suffix.[1]

Second-level domains

  • edu.sv: Education and/or research institutions
  • gob.sv: National governmental institutions
  • com.sv: Commercial entities and other not included in the rest
  • org.sv: Non-profit Organizations
  • red.sv: National network administration

External links

  • IANA .sv whois information
  • .sv domain registration website
  • General policies for assigning sub-domain names and/or IP addresses under the geographical domain of El Salvador SV
  • NameAction Local Presence for foreign registrants-to-be of ".com.sv" domains.

References

  1. ^ Swedish Internet Explorer 6 appends an incorrect suffix to the Address line



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