|Update Nameservers||Update WHOIS||Get EPP Code||Register Nameservers|
|DNS Record Management||Email Forwarding||Domain Release||Domain Sync Script|
|Premium Domains||Transfer Out Automation|
Don't have an Enom account yet?
Get one here: https://www.whmcs.com/partners/enom/
To activate and begin using the Enom registrar module, follow the steps below:
- Login to your WHMCS Admin Area
- Navigate to Setup > Products/Services > Domain Registrars
- Locate Enom in the list
- Click the Activate button
- Enter your Enom API credentials
- Click Save Changes to complete the process
In order to use the Enom API, you must first register your server IP address with them to authorize it to access your account (the server IP address where you have WHMCS installed). This is a security measure employed by Enom to prevent unauthorised users being able to submit registration requests to your account.
- Login to your account on the Enom website
- Navigate to Resellers > Manage > API
- Enter your server's IP address into the "New" field
- Click "Add"
To use the Enom test mode, it's not as simple as ticking the test mode option in the configuration area. You must setup an account separately on the dedicated demo system they offer. In your Enom account navigate to Resellers > API > Test Account and click all three links under "Test Interface Options": http://www.enom.com/resellers/ResellerTestAccount.asp
With the Test Mode checkbox ticked you can now place domain registration orders in WHMCS, the domains will appear on your demo Enom account @ http://resellertest.enom.com but no domain will actually be registered and you will not be charged.
.ca Registrations require additional fields. A common error "Invalid registrant information" is caused by the location field. Instead of entering the full place name you should use one of the following province abbreviations:
- Alberta - AB
- British Columbia - BC
- Manitoba - MB
- New Brunswick - NB
- Newfoundland and Labrador - NL
- Northwest Territories - NT
- Nova Scotia - NS
- Nunavut - NU
- Ontario - ON
- Prince Edward Island - PE
- Quebec - QC
- Saskatchewan - SK
- Yukon - YT
Enom does not allow a domain's registration term to be defined when transferring a domain name.
When configuring pricing for TLDs to be transferred using Enom, only configure a 1 year transfer price. All other transfer prices can be set to "-1.00".
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 eNom 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.
User not permitted from this IP address
This error message indicates that you haven't yet allowed your server's IP to access your Enom account via the API. This must be done via the eNom website before you can use the integration.
The IP you need to authorize is typically the main shared IP of the server, usually most easily found from the IP your WHMCS license is assigned to, but if you're unsure or neither of those IPs work, then Enom can assist and advise you of the IP they see your connection tests as coming from via a support ticket.
Cannot parse empty response from server/Empty data response from server - Please try again later
This can occur only if an empty response is received from Enom. This isn't a curl error, but an empty response from the Enom API. This suggests a temporary problem at Enom's end. Trying the command again later should be successful.
Invalid data response from server - Please try again later
This can occur when an unexpected response occurs; e.g. a 404 error or other non-XML method. This suggests a temporary problem at Enom's end. Trying the command again later should be successful.
A standard curl error which indicates a connection issue between your server and Enom's API. Please ensure your server is able to make cURL calls to the following URLs:
Demo Mode: resellertest.enom.com
Live Mode: reseller.enom.com