All domain names have different status and there are (2) two types of status codes: client and server. The difference is that client status is set by the Registrars, like Vodien, while server status is set by the domain’s governing Registry.
In this article, you will find out the different status that you will encounter and what they mean.
Client Status Set by Domain Registrars
There are Registrars that automatically add certain codes when you register a domain name. All of which can be enabled or disabled per request.[table “7” not found /]
Server Status Set by Domain Registries
These codes are set by the Registry and outweigh the client status codes above.[table “8” not found /]
There are statuses that are specific for a TLD. For example, .SG has the following server status codes:[table “9” not found /]
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