Configure the eNom Registrar
Watch the video guide below for steps to configure eNom, or scroll down to read the illustrated guide below.
Setting up WHMCS with domain registration is simple and increases your revenue. For this example, we will be using an eNom account.
First, navigate to Configuration > System Settings > Domain Registrars (Setup > Products/Services > Domain Registrars in WHMCS 7.10 and earlier).
Click the Activate button for eNom.
The page will reload. Enter the information to authenticate with the registrar's system.
Obtaining the API Token and Username
To use the eNom registrar, you must have a valid username and API token. If you haven't already, sign up for an eNom account here.
First, log in to the eNom website.
Then, scroll down to Reseller Services and click API Token Manager.
Enter a name for the API token and choose Generate New API Token.
Copy your newly-created token. You will need this token later in the process.
Return to WHMCS and insert your eNom username and the newly-created API token into the corresponding fields.
After filling the appropriate boxes out, click on Save Changes.
In order to use the eNom API, you must next register the server IP address for your WHMCS installation. This is a security measure that eNom uses to prevent unauthorized users from submitting registration requests to your account.
From the eNom My Account page, scroll down to Reseller Services and choose API Live Environment Interface.
On the next screen, enter your server's public IP address and click add.
You can now begin using WHMCS and eNom to sell domain registrations.