The smooth running of the Internet depends on the involvement of those who give their input on membership and policy issues. And there are many ways to get involved, online and in person.
The RIPE community carries out much of its work through mailing lists, but face-to-face meetings are equally important. The RIPE NCC facilitates a range of meetings for different audiences.
If your organisation needs IPv6 address space and AS Numbers, and/or makes assignments to End Users or customers, you should become a RIPE NCC member. While we have run out of IPv4 addresses, eligible RIPE NCC members can normally request a single /24 allocation via our IPv4 WaiBecome a Member
This page outlines the steps you need to take in order to take advantage of all the services that the RIPE NCC has to offer.LIR Basics
The membership fee is based on the current RIPE NCC Charging Scheme, which was approved by the membership at the RIPE NCC General Meeting.Billing and Fees
View the list of services offered by the RIPE NCCView Services
The RIPE NCC offers several mailing lists for its members to stay up to date with news and announcements and to discuss topics of interest with other members.Mailing Lists for Members
The RIPE NCC holds a General Meeting (GM) twice a year - in spring and in autumn. If you are a member, you have the right to attend the GM, vote on resolutions and vote to elect members of the Executive Board.General Meetings
The minutes of the 173rd RIPE NCC Executive Board Meeting, held over 21-29 December 2023, have now been published.
The call for volunteers to join the Executive Board Election Code of Conduct Team is open until 6 March 2024.
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.
Read the monthly RIPE NCC member update for January 2024.
Registration is now open for RIPE 88, taking place in a hybrid format, online and in Krakow from 20 - 24 May 2024.