The service allows University users to apply for new domain names (.it and .eu; .unitn.it and for the domains associated with the individual Departments, for example: .disi.unitn.it)
How to apply to set up new domain names or university websites.
It is possible to apply for a new domain name.
As regards university domain names (e.g. domain.unitn.it), it is necessary to fill in the electronic form you can find in the download area and then send it to firstname.lastname@example.org (N.B. institutional domain names are registered automatically).
For .it or .eu domain names, Consortium GARR offers a service to register for free: you just have to fill in the downloadable electronic form and then send it to email@example.com. Already registered .it and .eu domain names that are managed by commercial domain name registrars can be registered again by the Consortium GARR. One can request to change the domain name by filling in the corresponding form in the download area.
The registration of a .eu domain name has a duration of one year, but - unless otherwise indicated - it will be renewed automatically on the expiry date.
As regards external domain names, it is possible to apply to the external domain name registrar or to ask assistance from SISTI: in any case it is necessary to notify the management team at SISTI of the registration of these domain names (by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicating the domain name and the registrar).
For further information on how to submit your request, please contact the Network office at email@example.com or call 0461 28 3400.
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The user must complete a form, have it approved by the first level manager, send the approved request to the Host and Domain service (mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org) that in some cases (for domains .unitn.it,. it and .eu) must obtain the approval of the SISTI Department. The Host and Domain service evaluates and, if it is positive, forwards the Network and TLC office which technically activates the requested domain (for the .it and .eu domains using the free service of the GARR).