Norid integration allows for automated domain registration and management through BILLmanager.
The integration module supports the following features:
|Import of domains from the registrar|
|Transfer of domain names|
|Change of name servers|
|Change of domain contact information|
|Domain name verification|
|WHOIS data protection management|
You need to add the public IP address of the server with BILLmanager into the list of trusted IP Registry access of your Norid Client area
Integration is set up when a new processing module is added in BILLmanager. This module can be added in Integration → Processing modules → button Add.
- Step 1 — Product type. Select a product type. Please select Domains for integration with Norid.
- Step 2 — Processing module. Select a processing module. You need to select Norid.
- Step 3 — Integration settings. Enter information for integration with Norid.
- Step 4 — Processing module parameters. Set up the internal parameters of the module.
Option Client in the processing system allows to use the existing account in the registrar system or create a new account. If you have selected the first option, please specify the following information:
API Host — enter the URL of the server for processing API-requests: "https://epp.norid.no:700".
Login — username for access to API HostMaster. The registrar name should always start with "reg".
Password — password for access to Norid account.
On the last step, BILLmanager tries to connect to the registrar with the data you have specified.
If connection ends up with the error: Cannot connect to the processing module, we recommend to check that:
- connection data is correct.
- The URL address of the registrar is accessible from the server with BILLmanager.
- you can execute API calls from the IP address of BILLmanager from your account in the registrar system.
Log of interaction between Norid and the billing system is recorded in file /usr/local/mgr5/var/pmnorid.log.
You can add string pmenom.* 9 to file /usr/local/mgr5/etc/debug.conf to display more information in the log.