Inter-RIR transfers of IPv4 addresses can now be processed between APNIC, ARIN, RIPE NCC and LACNIC.
On July 21th 2020 LACNIC announced that they are now able to process inter-RIR IPv4 transfers.
Because APNIC, ARIN, RIPE NCC and LACNIC have reciprocal policies, this means ARIN, APNIC and RIPE NCC can now conduct inter-RIR IPv4 transfers between their region and LACNIC.
Continuing its development and contributing to a more accessible Internet, BRENAC Ipv4 broker is now sponsoring several probes from the RIPE Atlas project.
The RIPE NCC is building the largest Internet measurement network ever made. RIPE Atlas employs a global network of probes that measure Internet connectivity and reachability, providing an unprecedented understanding of the state of the Internet in real time.
Nearly 12.000 probes are active and we are sponsoring part of them. More about RIPE Atlas: https://atlas.ripe.net/
Volunteers from across the world help RIPE Atlas reach new places every day by hosting probes, the building blocks of our measurement network. Probes perform the active measurements which RIPE Atlas uses to collect data on Internet connectivity and reachability.
Hosting a RIPE Atlas probe is easy. You can either apply to host a hardware probe, which RIPE will ship to you for you to plug it into your router, or opt for a software probe, which you can install and run on your own infrastructure.
You will earn credits that you can use for your own customised measurements.
By sponsoring RIPE Atlas, BRENAC Ipv4 broker contributes to a free probe sent to all volunteers!
And of course we host one of them : https://atlas.ripe.net/probes/54032/#!tab-general
PARIS, June 17 2020,
BRENAC EURL, IPv4 broker in RIPE NCC is glad to join three other sponsors of the RIPE 80 meeting. Due to COVID-19 pandemic, and for the first time in RIPE NCC history, the meeting is online and virtual. BRENAC ipv4 Broker is therefore a virtual Sponsor !
A RIPE Meeting is a five-day event where Internet Service Providers (ISPs), network operators and other interested parties gather to discuss issues of interest to the Internet community. RIPE NCC members attending this GM will exercise their voting rights on the RIPE NCC Charging Scheme and other resolutions as well as the Executive Board election to fill three seats on the RIPE NCC Executive Board, each for three-year terms. The elections will fill 3 seats. A total of 3551 entities registered for this meeting, the largest in number of attendees and the first virtual ever !
RIPE Meetings: connecting the internet community.
BRENAC IPv4 aims to establish a high level of trust between brokers and the LIR members and facilitate, in accordance with RIPE NCC policy and other RIRs, the transfer and fluidity of IPv4 and ASN resources.
May 14th, 2020
RIPE 80 will take place ...online due to Covid-19 pandemia,
RIPE 80 will take place from 12 - 14 May 2020 and will feature a shorter programme and a new schedule.
Learn more about the meeting at:
We will most certainly attend. Hard to miss when its online. ! If you want to meet with us, have an open discussion on buying / selling IPv4, or anything else including best ways to delist SBL, feel free to join...next one. Most of us are all day behind screens and computers, RIPE meetings are real opportunities to talk to real humans ! Not this time !
Other events from RIPE NCC:
The announcement will not come as a surprise for network operators - IPv4 runout has long been anticipated and planned for by the RIPE community. In fact, it is due to the community's responsible stewardship of these resources that RIPE NCC have been able to provide many thousands of new networks in it service region with /22 allocations after they reached IANA/RIPE last /8 in 2012.
Even though RIPE NCC have run out of IPv4, they will continue to recover IPv4 addresses in the future. These will come from organisations that have gone out of business or are closed, or from networks that return addresses they no longer need. These addresses will be allocated to members (LIRs) according to their position on a new waiting list that is now active.
While we therefore expect to be allocating IPv4 for some time, these small amounts will not come close to the many millions of addresses that networks in RIPE region need today. Only LIRs that have never received an IPv4 allocation from the RIPE NCC (of any size) may request addresses from the waiting list, and they are only eligible to receive a single /24 allocation.