FAQ: Temporary Internet Number Assignment
- What is a temporary assignment?
Temporary assignments are assignments of Internet number resources to End Users on a temporary deployment basis for a specific time-limited purpose.
Examples of specific purposes include, but are not limited to, academic research and experimental purposes, conferences and other types of events which require network connectivity for short periods of time, and other strictly time-limited projects such as deployment tests for new Internet services and technologies.
- How can I request a temporary assignment?
You are required to set up a Temporary Independent Assignment Request and Maintenance Agreement with your customer. This agreement should meet the requirements as listed in “Contractual Requirements for Provider Independent Resource Holders in the RIPE NCC Service Region”.
You can upload a copy of this agreement when completing the request form in the LIR Portal. Additionally you will need to supply company registration papers.
Please make sure that the organisation name is exactly the same in:
The(sent by email)
The company registration document
The "org-name:" field of the organisation object for this customer
- Which blocks have been reserved for such assignments?
The RIPE NCC has reserved the following resources:
- IPv4: 220.127.116.11/13
- 16-bit ASN: 58352-58367
As per the policy, there is no need to reserve for IPv6 and 32-bit ASNs.
- Are such requests compliant to any policy?
Yes. All temporary assignments will be evaluated in accordance with the following policies:
- Are there any time limits for such assignments?
Such assignments will be made for a specific time and will be automatically deregistered at the end of the approved assignment period.
- Do I need to submit any documentation from my End User because this assignment will be temporary?
This is required because all RIPE resource policies now refer to the “Contractual Requirements for Provider Independent Resource Holders in the RIPE NCC Service Region”.
This agreement requires that registration data be kept up to date. This allows the RIPE NCC to keep better track of resource usage by End Users. If the End User moves to another LIR, or ceases to exist, the RIPE NCC will be informed of the contractual changes and will be able to take appropriate action regarding the resources.
- Should the Temporary Independent Assignment Request and Maintenance Agreement be in English?
No. End User Assignment Agreement available in English that you can use.can be in your local language. However, there is an example
- The RIPE NCC has rejected my request to renew the temporary assignment. What can I do?
An appeal may be made using the RIPE NCC’s Conflict Arbitration Procedure.