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Web-based ROA Repository now public

The RIPE NCC ROA Repository holds all of the Route Origin Authorisation objects created by the network operators using our Resource Certification service. ROAs state which Autonomous Systems are authorised to originate the prefixes an LIR holds. The repository currently contains over 350 ROAs covering more than 220,000 IPv4 /24 prefixes, which is almost 10% of the IPv4 address space registered in the RIPE region.

RIPE 63 Meeting - Registration Open

Registration is now open for the RIPE 63 Meeting in Vienna.

New feature: Comparing certified resources to BGP routing

The power of the Resource Certification system lies within the fact that you can always be sure that a valid Route Origin Authorisation (ROA), stating which Autonomous System (AS) is authorised to originate a certain prefix, can only be created by the legitimate holder of the address space. In addition, our aim to make the data set as complete and well maintained as possible.

Launch of the Local Certification Service

The RIPE NCC Resource Certification (RPKI) Service was launched on 1 January 2011. Since then, over 570 LIRs have generated a digital certificate in the LIR Portal, listing their Internet number resources. In addition, most LIRs have used it to specify their routing policy through Route Origin Authorisations (ROAs), indicating which Autonomous Systems are authorised to originate the prefixes they hold.

World IPv6 Day, 8 June 2011
RIPE NCC Executive Board Results

The RIPE NCC General Meeting was held Wednesday, 4 May 2011, adjacent to the RIPE 62 Meeting at the Krasnapolsky Hotel in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

APNIC Announces its IPv4 Address Pool Reaches Final /8

Today, 15 April 2011, APNIC, the Regional Internet Registry (RIR) for the Asia Pacific region, announced that it has distributed the final IPv4 address space from its reserves of IPv4.

RIPE NCC E-Learning Launches DNSSEC Vulnerabilities Module
Update on Policy 2007-01 Implementation - Phase 2

Phase 2 of the policy implementation of ripe-452, "Contractual Requirements for Provider Independent Resource Holders in the RIPE NCC Service Region", has met with a tremendous response from RIPE NCC members and from their End Users. This allows the RIPE NCC to move to Phase 3 of the policy with most of the resources considered in Phase 2 accounted for.

Closure of LIR and Deregistration of Internet Number Resources

The RIPE NCC, after receiving feedback from the RIPE community on the draft version, has published the procedural RIPE Document ripe-517, "Closure of LIR and Deregistration of Internet Number Resources"