Transferring a Top-Level Domain away from 123 Reg
To transfer a Top-Level Domain away from 123 Reg, you will need to follow these instructions:
Please note: before proceeding, you’ll need to make sure that your domain isn’t locked or has the Domain Ownership Protection service enabled. For details on how to do this, please read our Support articles:
- How do I turn off Domain Ownership Protection (‘DOP’) for my domains?
- How do I lock/unlock my domain name?
Top-Level Domains names that are newer than 60 days or within 7 from the expiry date cannot be transferred in or out of 123 Reg.
A .mx domain transfer request cannot be requested during the last 10 days of its renewal grace period.
.co.za domain names cannot be transferred away from 123 Reg at this time. To transfer your domain name away please contact the registry via: http://co.za/
Start by logging in to your 123 Reg Control Panel. From there, select your desired domain from the drop-down menu within the Manage Active Products section and click Manage.
Alternatively, you can scroll down to the Domain names section and select the relevant domain name from the drop-down menu. Once selected, click Manage.
Select Request Authorisation Code.
The Authorisation/EPP code for your domain will be shown on the screen. You will need to provide this to the new registrar that you wish to transfer your domain to. They will be able to advise you on their steps to transfer the domain name to them.
The transfer process for Top-Level Domains can take up to 7 days to complete once the transfer has been approved.