it's not so simple, if you try to go to the site by ip, that site simply will not open. Different proxies or balancers can stand in front of the site - they work with a domain name.arquebus wrote: ↑Wed Mar 22, 2023 9:40 pm That's the thing - the server at the bare IP is (apparently) fine, it's just the domain name that's gone/down/suspended/missing/whatever you want to call an ex-parrot.
The long-term solution (or at least longer-term) would be to replace the name with the IP address in all the places where the name appears, so that this cannot happen again.
IMHO in real life, a change of server/ip/hosting is a much more likely event. Transferring/share access/rights to a domain is much easier than "owning" an IP that bind to certain hosting/service.
I did not wait and wrote myself.
Got answer from Ascio:
Then got answer from Loopia:Dear Sir or Madam,
Thanks for your message!
Unfortunately, you are not one of our direct customers. Ascio is a Wholesale Domain Provider, thus the domain mentioned is registered via one of our resellers. For all requests and questions regarding your domain, kindly contact the provider where you registered the domain and whom you are paying for the domain (Loopia).
I can see that the invoice was paid in time, but have been terminated from your account. Do you wish to get the domain back on the account?
We just need an accept from the accounts administrative email adress email@example.com.