Our members can benefit from a wide range of membership services, such as training and Internet analysis tools, that the RIPE NCC provides to help organisations with their technical operations. The RIPE NCC also carries out coordination activities that allow members to discuss issues of common interest online and at events throughout its service region.
Organisations become members of the RIPE NCC so they can receive and register Internet number resource allocations (IPv4, IPv6, ASNs). Members are then responsible for the distribution and registration of these resources at a local level. They also ensure that RIPE community policies and procedures are followed.
Find out more about how to become a member, get important information about managing Internet number resources and related RIPE NCC services, and find out how to join membership discussions and meetings.
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