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Subject: .no, .mq, .zr, .cs, .th
Collection: Communications in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Country Code Top-Level Domains, Internet in Bosnia and Herzegovina
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Introduced 1996
TLD type Country code top-level domain
Status Active
Registry University Telinformatic Centre
Sponsor University Telinformatic Centre
Intended use Entities connected with  Bosnia and Herzegovina
Actual use Fairly popular in Bosnia-Herzegovina
Registration restrictions Must be located in Bosnia-Herzegovina or have representative there
Structure Registrations are directly at second level, or at third level beneath some second-level labels
Documents Regulations
Website NIC.BA

.ba is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is administered by the University Teleinformation Center.

Second-level domains

Registration procedure for BA domain names is slightly more complicated than it is for registering international domains, and it is defined by laws and regulations of BiH institutions. For more information, please see Regulations regarding the registration of the BA domain. While international domains can be bought by anyone without any additional requests and documents, .BA domain can be bought by only those who meet all requirements listed in Regulations. First condition for domain registration is that domain name is free. In simplified terms, a company that has a registered name or registered trademark in Bosnia and Herzegovina, can register eponymous .BA domain, provided that the domain is not already taken, but some additional caveats apply.

External links

  • IANA .ba whois information
  • NIC.BA
  • BIHnet (
  • Sayber (
  • SARnet Centar (
  • - Registration procedure
  • - Regulations for .BA domains registration

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