List of registered .MX domains

174,971 domains in this list

2,342 domains added on last update

List type Updated Domains in list
.MX zone domain list (standard) March, 2021 174,971
.MX zone domain list (detailed) March, 2021 174,971

Standard domain list includes the list of domain names (plain text format, one domain name per line).

Detailed domain list comes in .CSV (comma-separated) format download sample

It includes some additional fields:

  1. Domain name
  2. DNS servers (if any)
  3. IP (if any)
  4. Country by IP (if any)
  5. Country by HTML codepage (if any)
  6. Web server type (if any)
  7. Hostname (if any)
  8. Emails (if any)
  9. Alexa traffic rank (if any)
  10. Phone numbers (if any)
  11. Majestic traffic rank (if any)
  12. Discovery date

— Why we do not provide daily updates for .mx zone?
— Country-code registars never open their zone files to the public. The only way to discover domains in country-code zones is to do a massive recursive scan of all known websites. That's what we're doing. We use a massive cluster of servers and crawl the Web, then we check and clean the resulting lists. We know of millions of CCTLD-domains in hundreds of zones (and currently know of 174,971 domains in .mx zone), but we do not cover 100% of them (some of the smaller websites simply do not have any inbound links and that means that our crawlers cannot find them). Meanwhile we regularly add new domains to this list (1 time / 2 months).

.mx zone details

Total domains in this zone: 174,971

Unique IPs: 38,436

Active websites: 135,869

Total phones: 4,920

Total emails: 49,442

Last update (UTC time): Mar 13, 2021 08:03

Web Server Usage Statistics

Website Geo Location

.MX zone registar
ITESM - Campus Monterrey
Av. Eugenio Garza Sada 427 Loc. 4, 5, 6
Monterrey Nuevo Leon 64840

Zone WHOIS server

The .mx domain is the internet country code top level domain for Mexico, it was created in 2009 and is administered by NIC México.

The .mx domain is reserved for entities connected to Mexico, however, no nexus or presence requirement is enforced when registering the domain.

When the domain was created, it was rolled out to the public in 3 steps:

1. May 1 to July 31, 2009 constituted the waiting period for interested registrants. This period was called the Sunrise period.
2. August 1 to August 31, 2009 was a period to set up the domains registered in the Sunrise period, and to resolve domain name disputes.
3. September 1 to October 31, 2009 was the registration period for domains for a year on a first-come, first-served basis.

After the three phases, registration for a .mx domain became public.