These delegations eliminate TLD conflicts and duplication.
Universal resolvability means a user will get the same
answer to the same query from any computer or device
on the global Internet.
The INAIC Council specifications and rules on the construction
of a TLD label attempt to be as general as possible.
The INAIC Council adheres to the TLD delegation guidelines
found in RFC
1591 at the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).
TLD labels shall follow the ARPAnet
rules for constructing a host name as amended by Section
2.1 of RFC
The INAIC Council delegates any TLD which is a combination
of alphanumeric characters, including the "-"
hyphen symbol. TLD labels shall start and end with a
letter or digit, and have as interior characters only
letters, digits, and hyphens. TLD labels must be 28
characters or less.
While upper and lower case letters are allowed in TLDs
no significance is attached to the case. Two labels
with the same spelling but different case shall be treated
as being identical or equal.
The INAIC Council will not delegate two-character TLDs.
Two letter labels are reserved as country code identifiers
3166. The INAIC Council will adopt the ccTLD delegations
On the delegation of a TLD by the Council, the INAIC
recognizes the TLD Registrant as the designated authority
and trustee of the TLD.
the Council Members and how to volunteer to become a