How can I transfer my domain name to a different registrar using Directadmin web control panel?
Transferring your domain name to a different registrar involves a few crucial steps. Here's the process to transfer a domain name to a different registrar using Directadmin web control panel:
Log in to your Directadmin web control panel and locate the "Domain Administration" interface.
Unlock your domain name’s transfer lock from your existing registrar. This can often be done via an email received by the domain’s registered email account.
Disable WHOIS privacy protection for your domain if you have enabled it, as it is only helpful for protecting privacy during browsing but creating a hindrance for transferring domains.
Obtain your domain’s EPP code (authorization code) from your current registrar. The EPP code is an alphanumeric code required to recognize domains uniquely for transfers.
Initiate domain transfer with another registrar, entering the domain name and EPP code of your domain.
Visit the “Pending Transfers” section on your Directadmin web control panel to check the status of your domain transfer authorization. The transfer may take five business days to complete, depending on the registrar.
Once the transfer is complete, you are ready to manage your domain name with the new registrar and apply the Directadmin DNS settings.
By following the above steps, you can easily and securely transfer your domain name to a different registrar using Directadmin web control panel. Additionally, keep in mind that domains transferred from your previous registrar’s service must be renewed with the new registrar, and the process could involve a small fee depending on administrative charges set by different registrars.