Support for country code top level domain

  • Posted October 16, 2014

Do you support country code top level domains?


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Hi Roshanjoshi,

You can if you want to, but you will need to update your registrar to provide DO nameservers information. You have to change the authoritative nameservers for your country domain at your registrar admin panel to do so.

At the moment the whois database points DO nameservers for DNS resolution then all DNS records you will add in DigitalOcean zone files will be available world wide.

Hope this helps,


Yes I do. Country code top level domains are very helpful to recognize region, sovereign state, or a dependent territory. Such domains are two letters long and generally reserved for a country. There are many online companies like domainia who offers some region based domain that can help you to create unique identification of your site geographically.