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Net::Whois::Object::DoUser(Contributed Perl DocumNet::Whois::Object::Domain(3)

NAME
       Net::Whois::Object::Domain - an object representation of	a RPSL Domain
       block

DESCRIPTION
       The domain object represents Top	Level Domain (TLD) and other domain
       registrations.  It is also used for Reverse Delegations.	 The domain
       name is written in fully	qualified format, without a trailing " . "

METHODS
   new ( @options )
       Constructor for the Net::Whois::Object::Domain class

   domain( [$domain] )
       Accessor	to the domain attribute.  Accepts an optional domain, always
       return the current domain.

       The domain name in fully	qualified format, without a trailing dot. If a
       trailing	dot is included	it will	be removed.

   descr( [$descr] )
       Accessor	to the descr attribute.	 Accepts an optional descr line	to be
       added to	the descr array, always	return the current descr array.

       The name	of the organization responsible	for the	reverse	delegation. Or
       can describe the	use of the IP range described in the domain object.

   org(	[$org] )
       Accessor	to the org attribute.  Accepts an optional org value to	be
       added to	the org	array, always return the current org array.

       The organisation	responsible for	this domain.

   admin_c( [$contact] )
       Accessor	to the admin_c attribute.  Accepts an optional contact to be
       added to	the admin_c array, always return the current admin_c array.

       The NIC-handle of an on-site contact 'person' object. As	more than one
       person often fulfills a role function, there may	be more	than one
       admin_c listed.

       An administrative contact (admin_c) must	be someone who is physically
       located at the site of the network.

   tech_c( [$contact] )
       Accessor	to the tech_c attribute.  Accepts an optional contact to be
       added to	the tech_c array, always return	the current tech_c array.

       The NIC-handle of a technical contact 'person' or 'role'	object.	 As
       more than one person often fulfills a role function, there may be more
       than one	tech_c listed.

       A technical contact (tech_c) must be a person responsible for the day-
       to-day operation	of the network,	but does not need to be	physically
       located at the site of the network.

   zone_c( [$contact] )
       Accessor	to the zone_c attribute.  Accepts an optional contact to be
       added to	the zone_c array, always return	the current zone_c array.

       The NIC-handle of a 'person' or 'role' object with authority over a
       zone.

   nserver( [$server] )
       Accessor	to the nserver attribute.  Accepts an optional server to be
       added to	the nserver array, always return the current nserver array.

       A list of nameservers for a domain object. A minimum of one nameserver
       is mandatory.

   ds_rdata( [$server] )
       Accessor	to the ds_rdata	attribute.  Accepts an optional	server to be
       added to	the ds_rdata array, always return the current ds_rdata array.

       The ds_rdata attribute holds information	about a	signed delegation
       record for DNSSEC (short	for DNS	Security Extensions)

   sub_dom( [$dom] )
       Accessor	to the sub_dom attribute.  Accepts an optional dom to be added
       to the sub_dom array, always return the current sub_dom array.

       The sub_dom attribute specifies a list of sub-domains of	a domain.
       Domain names are	relative to the	domain represented by the domain
       object that contains this attribute

   dom_net( [$dom_net] )
       Accessor	to the dom_net attribute.  Accepts an optional dom_net value
       to be added to the dom_net array, always	return the current dom_net
       array.

       The dom_net attribute contains a	list of	IP networks in a domain.

   remarks( [$remark] )
       Accessor	to the remarks attribute.  Accepts an optional remark to be
       added to	the remarks array, always return the current remarks array.

       General remarks.	May include a URL or email address.

   notify( [$notify] )
       Accessor	to the notify attribute.  Accepts an optional notify value to
       be added	to the notify array, always return the current notify array.

       The email address to which notifications	of changes to this object
       should be sent.

   mnt_by( [$mnt_by] )
       Accessor	to the mnt_by attribute.  Accepts an optional mnt_by value to
       be added	to the mnt_by array, always return the current mnt_by array.

       Lists a registered 'mntner' used	to authorize and authenticate changes
       to this object.

   mnt_lower( [$mnt_lower] )
       Accessor	to the mnt_lower attribute.  Accepts an	optional mnt_lower
       value to	be added to the	mnt_lower array, always	return the current
       mnt_lower array.

       The identifier of a registered mntner object used to authorize the
       creation	of reverse domain objects more specific	than the reverse
       domain specified	by this	object.

   refer( [$refer] )
       Accessor	to the refer attribute.	 Accepts an optional refer, always
       return the current refer.

       The refer attribute is used to refer a query to another authorative
       database. See the "RIPE Database	Query Reference	Manual"	for an
       explanation of its use. This will be redundant when forward domains are
       removed and may be deprecated.

   changed( [$changed] )
       Accessor	to the changed attribute.  Accepts an optional changed value
       to be added to the changed array, always	return the current changed
       array.

       The email address of who	last updated the database object and the date
       it occurred.

       Every time a change is made to a	database object, this attribute	will
       show the	email address of the person who	made those changes.  Please
       use the address format specified	in RFC 822 - Standard for the Format
       of ARPA Internet	Text Message and provide the date format using one of
       the following two formats: YYYYMMDD or YYMMDD.

   source( [$source] )
       Accessor	to the source attribute.  Accepts an optional source, always
       return the current source.

       The database where the object is	registered.

perl v5.24.1			  2015-05-21	 Net::Whois::Object::Domain(3)

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