ccTLD (country code Top Level Domain) is the country code top level domain in the top level of the global domain name system, assigned according to the two-letter codes in the ISO 3166-1 standard codes for the representation of names of countries or territories.

The Domain Name System structure contains a hierarchy of names. The root, or highest level, of the system is unnamed. Top Level Domains (TLDs) are divided into classes, ccTLDs and gTLDs, based on rules that have evolved over time. ccTLD are associated with countries and territories. gTLDs are (with some exceptions) generic and global in nature.

Vanuatu's ccTLD is .vu

Telecom Vanuatu Limited (TVL) is the current .vu ccTLD Manager. Details on the registration and use of .vu domain may be acquired from the official TVL website

Telecommunications Radiocommunications and Broadcasting Regulator (TRBR) conducted a public consultation on the future arrangements of .vu ccTLD in October 2012. A copy of the draft .vu ccTLD future arrangements public consultation document may be obtained from our Consultations section under Public Register.