Does your Internet Service Provider support i-DNS?
If your service provider supports the freely distributed i-DNS software (i.e. has installed i-DNS BIND software on its name servers) then you need not do anything. You should be able to use multilingual domain names in your Internet applications and browsers.
What if my Internet Service Provider does not support i-DNS?
If your local service provider does not support i-DNS, you should contact them and put in a request for i-DNS support. In the meantime, you can choose to:
- Download and install i-DNS iClient. iClient is a windows application that enables Internet Explorer and Netscape to support multilingual domain names in the URL bar.
- Make a small change to your computer's network settings to access our name servers directly. Please follow the instructions here
What if I use a proxy server to surf the web?
If your service provider uses a proxy server that is not compatible with i-DNS, then you may encounter problems when surfing the web. Download and install i-DNS iClient. iClient is a windows application that enables Internet Explorer and Netscape to support multilingual domain names in the URL bar.
What if I still have problems using multilingual domain names?
Please contact us at info@i-DNS.net with a brief description of your problem.