WAPI – command nsset-info

  NSSETs, WAPI (API interface)

This command downloads the information about the NSSET. NSSET can be used fo CZ domains only.

Parameters

  • tld – TLD
  • name – NSSET name

Return Values

  • 1000 = OK
  • 2201 = invalid TLD
  • 2209 = syntax error
  • 2247 = unsupported NSSET format 
  • 3214 = error – NSSET not loaded
  • 3242 = NSSET is unavailable
  • 4204 = connection error, try again later

Return data

If successful, the command returns in the data node element nsset, which contains the following items:

  • name – NSSET name
  • status – NSSET status
  • reg_owner – current registrar
  • reg_creator – registrar, who created NSSET
  • reg_update – registrar, who made ​​the last change
  • created_date – creation date
  • updated_date – date of last change
  • transfer_date – date of re-registration to another registrar
  • tech_c – NSSET technical contact 
  • dns – list of ns servers
    • server
      • name – server name
      • addr_ipv4 – IPv4 address 
      • addr_ipv6 – IPv6 address 

Examples of use

XML query:

<request>
 <user>tester</user>
 <auth>ee01105556e1e12f4e0430d5e5ae07276c38ad29</auth>
 <command>nsset-info</command>
 <clTRID>6821</clTRID>
 <data>
  <tld>cz</tld>
  <name>TEST</name>
 </data>
</request>

XML response:

<response>
 <code>1000</code>
 <result>OK</result>
 <timestamp>1288116045</timestamp>
 <clTRID>6821</clTRID>
 <svTRID>1288116045.8038.20971.1</svTRID>
 <command>nsset-info</command>
 <data>
  <nsset>
   <name>TEST</name>
   <status>ok</status>
   <reg_owner>REG-FRED_A</reg_owner>
   <reg_creator>REG-FRED_A</reg_creator>
   <reg_update>REG-FRED_A</reg_update>
   <created_date>2010-10-25 13:30:02</created_date>
   <updated_date>2010-10-25 14:39:32</updated_date>
   <transfer_date></transfer_date>
   <tech_c>TESTER</tech_c>
   <dns>
    <server>
     <name>ns.wedos.net</name>
     <addr_ipv4></addr_ipv4>
     <addr_ipv6></addr_ipv6>
    </server>
    <server>
     <name>asdf.wedos.com</name>
     <addr_ipv4></addr_ipv4>
     <addr_ipv6></addr_ipv6>
    </server>
   </dns>
  </nsset>
 </data>
</response>