|Update Nameservers||Update WHOIS||Get EPP Code||Register Nameservers|
|DNS Record Management||Email Forwarding||Domain Release||Domain Sync Script|
To activate and begin using the HexoNet registrar module, follow the steps below:
- Login to your WHMCS Admin Area
- Navigate to Setup > Products/Services > Domain Registrars
- Locate Hexonet in the list
- Click the Activate button
- Enter your HexoNet account username
- Enter your HexoNet account password
- Click Save Changes to complete the process
You can enable test mode at Setup > Products/Services > Domain Registrars by selecting HexoNet. Enable "Test Mode" to connect to the OT&E Test Environment. You will need to register for a test account here: https://www.hexonet.net/signup-ote
Whilst optional, you can enter the URL of your proxy server, instructions for configuring a proxy server are located at https://wiki.hexonet.net/wiki/HighPerformanceProxySetup
By default the HexoNet API is used to convert domains to IDN format. A change to PHP to make use of the idn_to_ascii function can be made to handle conversion instead. This function must be compiled in your php.ini to operate: http://php.net/manual/en/function.idn-to-ascii.php
This can be enabled to display the DNSSEC configuration interface in the client area domain details page.
Enable to automatically apply the transfer lock to new domain registrations.
WHMCS allows you to setup automatic domain registration on a per extension basis enabling you to use different registrars for different TLDs to give you the flexibility to offer more extensions and always get the best value.
To enable automatic registration, please refer to Configuring Automatic Registration
Automatic Domain Synchronization
The HexoNet module supports automatic domain synchronization for syncing of expiry dates and status changes for incoming transfers.
To enable this functionality, you need to ensure you have the Domain Sync Enabled in Setup > General Settings > Domains and ensure you have the Domain Sync Cron configured on your system.
The module uses ports 80 & 443 to connect to Hexonet. You will want to ensure these are whitelisted in your server's firewall.