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Domain name hosting issue

Domain name hosting issue

Domain name hosting issue

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Dear All,
I have a client that has the following:

1) They subscribed to an ISP and have 8 static IP addresses (which is an overkill for an office of 5 users and no inhouse servers) The reason for this is because the 8 static IP service is only available for DNS service hosting plan which is very expensive.


2) registered its domain name with jp-domains.com and there is no link to manage their domains.

We are recommending that the IP address should be reduced to a single IP address but if they do so they will loose the DNS hosting service since this service is only for 8 static IPs.

The address was registered as xyz.jp but their website link is www.xyz.co.jp we cannot host DNS the .co.jp domain on godaddy or network solutions, the only place we can manage this domain is www.asiaregistry.com


My question:
do we transfer the domain name registration to www.asiaregistry.com and then manage the domain from there?

Please your advice is highly appreciated.

 

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