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.mn Domain Registry
Introduced2 March 1995
TLD typeCountry code top-level domain
Registry.MN Registry
Sponsor.MN Registry, Datacom
Intended useEntities connected with
Actual useGets a good deal of use in Mongolia and some elsewhere (including Minnesota)
Registration restrictionsIndividual registrants must be over 18 years old; no other restrictions
StructureRegistrations are directly at second level
DocumentsRegistration Agreement
Dispute policiesUDRP
Registry website.mn domain name registry

.mn is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Mongolia. It is administered by .MN Registry, Datacom. The domain name is composed of the consonants in the first syllable of the country name. The .MN registry is operated under the thick registry model. Administrative, Billing, Technical and Registrant contacts are required. The Redemption Grace Period (RGP) is available for .MN domains.

The following second-level domains registration for free to qualifying entities:

  • .gov.mn – government institutions
  • .edu.mn – educational institutions
  • .org.mn – non-profit organizations

.MN Registry signed the .mn zone with DNSSEC on 18 November 2010.

Use outside Mongolia[edit]

The .mn domain name has been used to represent the U.S. state of Minnesota, such as by the Minnesota Legislature (senate.mn and house.mn), but such use is not official in the state.

The .mn domain elsewhere outside Mongolia is used primarily as a domain hack, for example vita.mn (a play on vitamin). Another example is cart.mn (a play on the South Park character Eric Cartman, which redirects to www.southparkstudios.com).


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