The owner must provide the required documents in order to register a .cn domain.
For an individual
Copy of an identity card, driving license or a copy of the domain name holder's passport (jpeg format).
For a company
Copy of the domain name holder's identity card (jpeg format).
Copy of the license / company certificate issued by the authorities of the country concerned (jpeg format). The license / certificate must be within the validity period.
A reserved domain is not considered registered. A document verification procedure is enforced by the .cn registry. While the verification procedure is in progress, the domain will have the following status: "pending verification".
If the domain does not successfully pass the check after 7 days it will be deleted.
You can renew on ovh.com.au or in the
via the "my products" section.
If the domain name is not renewed in time, it will go into the redemption period.
During this time, the owner will be able to reactivate it
directly on this page.
Once the redemption period has expired, the domain name will be definitely deleted and will be available for purchase again.
If you have automatic renewal, your domain will be automatically renewed before the expiry date. You will have the option of cancelling your automatic renewal two months before your domain name expires.
Warning emails 60, 30, 15, 7 and 3 days before the expiry date:
Email the day of expiration for notification of suspension of a domain name.
Email following the Redemption Grace Period for notification of deletion of domain name.