Updating whois updating ecdis
The following instructions to update and change the contact information at WHOIS are from Network Solutions, the world’s first and best domain name registrar.
If you are using another company, the steps will probably work for you too, though with minor changes.
If you need to update and manage these historical resources, click here to to find out how.
The Internet uses different geolocation services to develop a general idea of where Internet users are located based on their IP addresses.
The W3C Geolocation service determines location by the browser providing GPS location (if available) and signal strengths of visible Wi-Fi announcements.
Note: This page performs a comparison of several geolocation service providers: W3C Geolocation, Quova, Maxmind, and IP2Location.
Maintaining accurate WHOIS information can be vital to managing your domain.
Be sure to provide a valid email address for your WHOIS as you will be required to verify your WHOIS information via email when changes are made to the registrant, admin, tech or billing contact information listed in the WHOIS.
When accurate, these services can provide you with timely, useful information, such as: This is especially valuable when you’re on the road and using different Internet connections, whether you’re five miles from home or 500 miles.
IMPORTANT: Geolocation details do not reveal your name, address or precise location.