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Consent to collection and processing of personal data. In accordance with the 
Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan "On personal data and their protection", dated 
21 May, 2013 submitting to KazNIC present NAMESERVER registration/modification/deletion 
template  for approval  and acceptance,  Registrant gives his absolute consent 
for collection, storage and processing of his personal data in the extent and for 
the purposes defined in the present template. In accordance with the Law "On 
Informatization" dated 24 November, 2015 and Rules for registration, use and 
allocation of domain names within the space of the Kazakhstan segment of the 
Internet approved by the authorized body in the field of information on 28 January, 
2016, the WHOIS system will display data of  a Registrant and administrative contact.


**************** Please DO NOT REMOVE Version Number ******************

Host Version Number: 2.0

************* Please see attached detailed instructions ***************

Authorization
0a. (N)ew (M)odify (D)elete.:
0b. Auth Scheme.............:
0c. Auth Info...............:

Host
1a. NIC Handle (if known)...:
1b. Host Name...............:
1c. IP Address..............:
 
Contact
2a. NIC Handle (if known)...:
2b. (I)ndividual (R)ole.....:
2c. Name....................:
2d. Organization Name.......:
2e. Street Address..........:
2f. City....................:
2g. State...................:
2h. Postal Code.............:
2i. Country Code............:
2j. Phone Number............:
2k. Fax Number..............:
2l. E-Mailbox...............:
2m. (R)ussian or (E)nglish..:


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                        GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS


Use the above Host Template for registering a new Host, for making changes
to existing Host records, and for removing a Host from the KZ Domain Names
database.  The template, and only the template, should be sent via email to
hostmaster@nic.kz. Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) should be able to 
send email applications if you are not connected.  In the Subject of the 
message, use words "NEW HOST", "MODIFY HOST", or "DELETE HOST" appropriately,
followed by the name of the Host to help sort and locate incoming
registration requests.  In response to the submission of a template, you
should receive an auto-reply with a tracking number.  Use the tracking
number in the Subject of any subsequent message you send regarding that
registration action.  When the registration is completed you will receive
a notification via email.

Please DO NOT modify the template or remove the version number.  The software
that processes the template looks for an item number, followed by a period,
followed by a colon.  Information following the colon is compared with and
inserted into the database.  Please send only one template per message.
When completing the template, check http://nic.kz/cgi-bin/whois
to see if the Host and the Contact have been registered.  Use that
information where appropriate.

The detailed instructions for completing each item for NEW, MODIFY, and
DELETE follow.

                      REGISTERING A NEW HOST RECORD


Section 0 - Authorization

   In item 0a, enter N or NEW to register a new Host.

   Items 0b and 0c should be left blank during the registration of a new
   Host. 

   The request to create a new Host MUST come from a reasonable source.  For
   example, if a Host NS.EXAMPLE.KZ is being registered as a new Host, the
   registration request MUST come from the current Administrative or
   Technical Contact of the Domain EXAMPLE.KZ.


Section 1 - Host

   Item 1a is the NIC handle of a Host.  Leave item 1a blank during the
   registration of a new Host.

   Enter the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) of the Host in item 1b.  For
   example, enter NS.EXAMPLE.KZ and not just NS.  The only valid characters
   for a Host name are alphabets, digits, and "-".  The maximum length of a
   Host name is 38 characters, including the Domain name and the top-level
   Domain.  

   Enter a valid IP address for the Host in item 1c.  In the KZ Domain Names
   database, a particular Host name can be associated with one and only one
   IP address, and vice versa.  If an IP address or a Host name is already
   registered, it CAN NOT be associated with another Host during a new
   registration.  Each Host MUST have a unique IP address and Host name.
  

Section 2 - Contact
  
   The Contact tends to the technical aspects of running the Host as a
   Domain Name Server.

   Each Contact in the KZ Domain Names database is assigned a handle - a unique
   identifier to differentiate it from all other records in the database.
   Only one handle should exist for each individual or role.

   If the handle is known, enter it in item 2a and leave the rest of the
   section blank.  If the handle is given and additional information is also
   provided, only the handle will be used.  Any additional information will
   be ignored.  Use handles whenever possible.

   If the Contact handle is unknown or has never been registered, leave
   item 2a blank.  The registration software will check for matches with
   existing Contact records.  If a Contact record is found in the database
   that matches the information on the template in a significant way (name,
   and emailbox or phone), the database information will be assumed.
   Otherwise, the Contact will be registered.  A Contact record CAN NOT be
   updated while using the Host Template.  To update Contact information,
   use the Contact Template available at:

      http://nic.kz/templates/contact-template.txt

   In item 2b, indicate the type of Contact you are registering.  If the
   Contact is an individual, enter I or INDIVIDUAL.  If it is a group or
   organization where several individuals may be acting in that role,
   enter R or ROLE.

   In item 2c, enter the name of the individual or role being registered.
   If the Contact is an individual, the name should be entered as:

      LASTNAME, FIRSTNAME MIDDLENAME

   For example:

      Smith, John X.

   If the Contact is a role account, list the name of the role account in
   item 2c and the name of the organization the role account represents in
   item 2d.  Item 2c is REQUIRED for all Contacts.  If the name of the role
   account is the same as that of the organization, fill in item 2c with
   that name and leave item 2d blank.

   At least one line of address information is REQUIRED in item 2e.  This
   address should be the postal mailing address for any correspondence
   directed to the Contact.  Enter the city and state abbreviation in 
   items 2f and 2g respectively.

   You may add as many lines as necessary for your street address.  You may
   do so by repeating item 2e.

   Enter the ISO two-letter country code in Item 2i.
   A list of ISO two-letter country codes is available at:

      ftp://rs.internic.net/netinfo/iso3166-countrycodes

   Every Contact is REQUIRED to provide at least one valid phone number in
   item 2j.  For informational purposes, you may supply a fax number in
   item 2k.

   A valid Internet email address is REQUIRED for all Contacts in item 2l.
   Separate the username and hostname parts of the mailbox by an "@" symbol.

   For example:

      user@example.kz

                        MODIFYING A HOST RECORD


Changing an existing record is done by replacement.  That is, the contents
of various fields in the database are replaced with new information from
the template.  Use http://nic.kz/cgi-bin/whois if you are unsure about the
current information for the Host or the Contact.

Changes to a Host record will be made if it appears that the modification
request has come from a reasonable source.  This source may be the Contact
of the Host or a listed Contact on the Host's parent Domain record.

Notification of the modification and the approximate time it will take
effect will be sent to:

 - the requester
 - the Contact of the Host if it is being replaced with another Contact
 - the Administrative and Technical Contacts of the Domain in which the
   Host resides

This notification will help ensure that all parties involved are aware of,
and agree with, the change.


Section 0 - Authorization

   In item 0a, enter M or MODIFY to indicate a modification to an existing
   Host registration.

   If the Contact of the Host has previously used the Contact Template to
   specify the use of Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) or encrypted password, the
   authentication scheme and information associated with it should be
   listed in items 0b and 0c.  These items contain the authorization
   information for the sender of an update request and help determine if
   the request is coming from a valid sender.  These items are REQUIRED
   when a Host is being modified.

   Item 0b is the type of authentication scheme.  It can have values
   MAIL-FROM, CRYPT-PW, or PGP.  Item 0c is the authorization information
   for the selected authentication scheme.  As shown by the table below,
   items 0b and 0c are REQUIRED only when CRYPT-PW is the selected
   authentication scheme.

   The different items 0b and 0c combinations are:

   If Item 0b is      Then Item 0c is

   MAIL-FROM          Ignored.  The FROM field in the mail header of
                      an update message will be checked to verify the
                      sender.

                      MAIL-FROM is the DEFAULT authentication scheme.

   CRYPT-PW           Cleartext password (the plain text of the encrypted
                      password).

   PGP                Ignored.  The sender should sign the entire update
                      message with its secret PGP key and send it in
                      cleartext to the InterNIC.


Section 1 - Host 

   Item 1a is the NIC handle of a Host.  Item 1a is REQUIRED for MODIFY.

   Enter the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) of the Host in item 1b.  For
   example, enter NS.EXAMPLE.KZ and not just NS.  The only valid characters
   for a Host name are alphabets, digits, and "-".  The maximum length of a
   Host name is 38 characters, including the Domain name and the top-level
   Domain.  

   Enter a valid IP address for the Host in item 1c.  In the KazNIC
   database, a particular Host name can be associated with one and only one
   IP address, and vice versa.  If an IP address or a Host name is already
   registered, it CAN NOT be associated with another Host in a MODIFY
   request.  Each Host MUST have a unique IP address and Host name.

 
Section 2 - Contact
 
   The Contact tends to the technical aspects of running the Host as a
   Domain Name Server.

   Each Contact in the KazNIC database is assigned a handle - a unique
   identifier to differentiate it from all other records in the database.
   Only one handle should exist for each individual or role.

   If the handle is known, enter it in item 2a and leave the rest of the
   section blank.  If the handle is given and additional information is also
   provided, only the handle will be used.  Any additional information will
   be ignored.  Use handles whenever possible.

   If the Contact handle is unknown or has never been registered, leave
   item 2a blank.  The registration software will check for matches with
   existing Contact records.  If a Contact record is found in the database
   that matches the information on the template in a significant way (name,
   emailbox, phone), the database information will be assumed.  Otherwise,
   the Contact will be registered.  A Contact record CAN NOT be updated
   while using the Host Template.  To update Contact information, use the
   Contact Template available at:

      http://nic.kz/templates/contact-template.txt

   In item 2b, indicate the type of Contact you are registering.  If the
   Contact is an individual, enter I or INDIVIDUAL.  If it is a group or
   organization where several individuals may be acting in that role,
   enter R or ROLE.

   In item 2c, enter the name of the individual or role being registered.
   If the Contact is an individual, the name should be entered as:

      LASTNAME, FIRSTNAME MIDDLENAME

   For example:

      Karlybaev, Nurlan A.

   If the Contact is a role account, list the name of the role account in
   item 2c and the name of the organization the role account represents in
   item 2d.  Item 2c is REQUIRED for all Contacts.  If the name of the role
   account is the same as that of the organization, fill in item 2c with
   that name and leave item 2d blank.

   At least one line of address information is REQUIRED in item 2e.  This
   address should be the postal mailing address for any correspondence
   directed to the Contact.  Enter the city and the standard two-letter
   state abbreviation in items 2f and 2g respectively if the Contact is
   located in the United States.

   You may add as many lines as necessary for your street address.  You may
   do so by repeating item 2e.

   Enter the ISO two-letter country code in Item 2i. A list of ISO two-letter
   country codes is available at:

      ftp://rs.internic.net/netinfo/iso3166-countrycodes

   Every Contact is REQUIRED to provide at least one valid phone number in
   item 2j.  For informational purposes, you may supply a fax number in
   item 2k.

   A valid Internet email address is REQUIRED for all Contacts in item 2l.
   Separate the username and hostname parts of the mailbox by an "@" symbol.

   For example:

      user@example.kz

                       DELETING A HOST RECORD


A Host record will be removed from the KZ Domain Names database if it appears
that the delete request has come from a reasonable source.  This source
may be the Contact of a Host or a listed Contact on the Host's parent
Domain record.

When the Host is removed, it will no longer be visible in the KZ Domain Names
database.  It will also be removed from the KZ Top Level Domain Name Servers on the 
subsequent update.

Notification of the deletion and the approximate time it will take effect
will be sent to:

 - the requester
 - the Contact of the Host
 - the Administrative and Technical Contacts of the Domain in which the
   Host resides

This notification will help ensure that all parties involved are aware of,
and agree with, the change.

A Host CAN NOT be deleted until all the Domain and Network records that
are using the Host are updated.


Section 0 - Authorization

   In item 0a, enter D or DELETE to indicate a deletion of an existing Host
   registration.

   If the Contact of the Host has previously used the Contact Template to
   specify the use of Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) or encrypted password, the
   authentication scheme and information associated with it should be
   listed in items 0b and 0c.  These items contain the authorization
   information for the sender of an update request and help determine if
   the request is coming from a valid sender.  These items are REQUIRED
   when a Host is being deleted.

   Item 0b is the type of authentication scheme.  It can have values
   MAIL-FROM, CRYPT-PW, or PGP.  Item 0c is the authorization information
   for the selected authentication scheme.  As shown by the table below,
   items 0b and 0c are REQUIRED only when CRYPT-PW is the selected
   authentication scheme.

   The different items 0b and 0c combinations are:

   If Item 0b is      Then Item 0c is

   MAIL-FROM          Ignored.  The FROM field in the mail header of
                      an update message will be checked to verify the
                      sender.

                      MAIL-FROM is the DEFAULT authentication scheme.

   CRYPT-PW           Cleartext password (the plain text of the encrypted
                      password).

   PGP                Ignored.  The sender should sign the entire update
                      message with its secret PGP key and send it in
                      cleartext to hostmaster@relcom.kz.


Section 1 - Host

   Enter the handle, name and IP address of the Host to be deleted in
   items 1a, 1b, and 1c respectively.  These items are REQUIRED for DELETE.


Section 2 - Contact

   Leave this section blank.