IPv4 price statistics 2022

Based on our experience and exchange with members of the industry, here are the average prices per size and per year of IPv4 subnets. This is excluding Escrow.com fees (+0.89%) or APNIC or ARIN fees. Again this is an average of prices per IP from our own transfers but also for our fellow competitor or

LACNIC open to Inter-RIR transfers

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. More about it: https://www.lacnic.net/4711/2/lacnic/lacnic-starts-processing-inter-rir-transfers  Because APNIC, ARIN, RIPE NCC and LACNIC have reciprocal policies, this means ARIN, APNIC and RIPE NCC can now

RIPE Atlas sponsored probes

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

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APNIC 50 Sponsoring

  PARIS June 5th. Continuing its development BRENAC IPv4 is set to sponsor the APNIC 50 meeting from 8 to 10 September Live from Australia. Just like RIPE 80, the APNIC 50 will be online only (when initially planned in Dhaka with  ISPAB (Internet Service Providers Association of Bangladesh). This important event allow BRENAC IPv4

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RIPE sponsoring

RIPE 80 Sponsoring

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

Subnet Mask Cheat Sheet How many ipv4 addresses are there? See also RFC 1878. how to find ipv4 address : Source Network tools Dividing a subnet ? : Try IP Calc Checking cleanness of a subnet: Talos   Need to buy or sell some IpV4? That’s our job, contact-us : I need to buy or

AFRINIC IPv4 exhaustion

AFRINIC has announced that they soon will run out of IPv4 addresses. Will less than 1.5 Million IPv4 addresses in their pool AFRINIC foresee an end of the allocation. This will occur during the year 2020. The basic allocation is now a /22 (1024 Addresses) and will conduct due diligence for new request for resources,

What’s new in RIPE NCC ?

New in RIPE Region: 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: https://ripe80.ripe.net/ We will most certainly attend. Hard to miss when its online. !  If