Réseaux IP Européens (RIPE, French for "European IP Networks") is a forum open to all parties interested in wide area IP networks. The objective of RIPE is to ensure the administrative and technical coordination necessary to enable the operation of the Internet.
To start participating in a Working Group, simply subscribe to its mailing list and follow the discussions.Working Groups
Follow the work of the currently active Task Forces.Task Forces
View policy proposals currently under discussion.Policy Discussions
The latest update from the RIPE Chair Team is now available on RIPE Labs.
Join us for a week of Internet Networking Events in Athens, Greece from 19 - 23 April 2024.
Registration is now open for RIPE 88, taking place in a hybrid format, online and in Krakow from 20 - 24 May 2024.
The latest version of ripe.net was released on 18 January at approximately 18:00 UTC+1.
An election to fill one seat on the NRO NC took place during RIPE 87 from 27 November - 1 December 2023.
Randy Bush has been awarded the 2023 Rob Blokzijl Award for his contribution to the Internet.
The next RIPE Meeting will take place in Krakow, Poland from 20-24 May 2024. Each meeting consists of plenary presentations, working group sessions and Birds of a Feather discussions (BoFs).
Connecting academic researchers with network operators.RACI
Provides support to attend RIPE events for those from underrepresented groups.RIPE Fellowship
We believe that diversity is one of our strengths. Help us make RIPE more inclusive, open and welcoming.Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Policies, reports, recommendations and organisational documentsRIPE Document Store
The RIPE Chair Team ensures that the RIPE community functions well.RIPE Chair Team
Find information relevant to RIPE Working Group ChairsWorking Group Chairs
The NRO NC oversees recommendations on IP address policy and appoints members to the ICANN Board of DirectorsNRO NC
We want everyone to feel safe and included when participating in RIPECode of Conduct