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NetEartOne is a British domain name registrar that also offers Website hosting and email services. The company provides a one-stop platform which allows Resellers and their Customers to buy, sell and manage various gTLD and ccTLD Domain Names. HostBill allows you to automate NetEarthOne domain provisioning and management.
Activating the module
In order to activate the module login to your HostBill admin panel, go to Settings -> Modules -> Domain Modules, find and choose NetEarthOne module and click Activate.
Once you activate the module you will be redirected to module configuration page. To configure the activated module you can also go to Settings -> Apps -> Add New App.
Fill in the configuration fields:
- Name of the application
- Reseller ID
- API Key
To obtain your Reseller ID and API Key login to the NetEarthOne control panel. Go to Settings » Personal Information » Primary Profile
. Alternatively click on the icon near the language selection and pick Manage Profile
. Locate your Reseller ID, copy it for later use.
Go to Settings » API, scroll down to the bottom of the page and enter the IP address of the server where HostBill is installed.
Connecting HostBill with NetEarthOne
Then proceed to adding your nameservers:
- Primary Nameserver
- Primary Nameserver IP
Use Test Configuration to check if HostBill can connect.
Click on Add New App.
In case of connection problems, make sure your HostBill server can connect with httpapi.com over port 443
Creating your first domain package
- In HostBill go to Settings > Products & Services, and Add new order page
- From Order Types select Domains
- After creating order page add new product, one in it, provide a name
- In product configuration section proceed to Registrar Settings, select NetEarthOne module as Third party app.
- Save changes, your package is ready
- Some TLDs will need aditional information provided by clients, in that case HostBill will notify you by highlighing Forms section.
Configuring TLD & domain prices
Please see external article to learn how to configure TLDs and domain prices.
Configuring customer domain management features
Please see external article to learn how to configure client domain management features.