This section has information to help RIPE NCC Members (LIRs) manage their Internet number resources.
request Internet number resources (IPv4, IPv6 and AS Numbers)
At the beginning of 2011, the RIPE NCC launched a community-driven system that allows Local Internet Registries (LIRs) to request a digital certificate listing the Internet number resources they hold. This Resource Certification (RPKI) system uses open standards that were developed in the Secure Inter-Domain Routing (sidr) Working Group in the IETF. All Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) are committed to operating a resource certification system, making this a global effort.
This page provides an overview of all current implementation plans of accepted RIPE Policy Proposals.
My Resources My Resources offers an overview of all IPv4, IPv6 and ASN resources you hold or sponsor. It displays allocation usage and provides an overview of all more specific ranges that have been created under each allocation. An inline editor allows for intuitive updates. My Resources Webup
This document explains why any member might be asked to present a topology map of their network.
The RIPE NCC LIR Portal provides LIRs access to the RIPE NCC through a web interface.
Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) distribute IP address space and can make no claims whatsoever about routability. This is because routability is the domain of ISPs and other network operators. The RIPE NCC does however recognise this problem and the Internet community’s concern about the quality of allocated and assigned IP address blocks.
This page describes how the RIPE NCC re-uses returned and reclaimed Internet number resources.
2007-01 - Implementing Phase 3: Contractual Requirements for Provider Independent Resource Holders in the RIPE NCC Service Region.
The Assisted Registry Check (ARC) is a new and improved version of the RIPE NCC’s previous audit activities. The ARC review provides support and tools to help our members strengthen the quality of their registry data.
With the increase in hijackings of Internet number resources in the RIPE NCC service region, it is important that resource holders are aware of this and take steps to protect their address space.
Information about "abuse-c:" and how to manage this contact information for your resources.
This document describes the information you will need to provide in order to complete a request form.
FAQs related to the abuse-c attribute
To ensure that RIPE Policies are applied equally and consistently, since 2007 we have widened the group of people responsible for approving large or rare requests of Internet number resources.
In the early days of the RIPE NCC, a small number of LIRs received allocations with the status "ALLOCATED PI" or "ALLOCATED UNSPECIFIED". From these address blocks, LIRs could assign ranges with the status "ASSIGNED PI".