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RIPE NCC Executive Board Resolutions on Sanctions

Minutes from recent RIPE NCC Executive Board meetings were published today. In the minutes are the following resolutions relating to three RIPE NCC members that are believed to be on the EU sanctions list:

The RIPE NCC and TRA Oman Host Capacity-building Workshop in Oman

From 2-4 March 2020, we joined forces with the Telecommunication Regulatory Authority (TRA) in Oman to host a three-day training workshop as part of our collaboration on capacity development.

Workshop on IPv6 deployment in Beirut

An initiative to support IPv6 migration efforts in Lebanon.

RIPE NCC and Jordan regulator partner up to increase awareness about IPv6 deployment in Jordan

Special workshops and training sessions held to help build IPv6 capacity in Jordan

RIPE NCC Joins Council of Europe Partnership

On 6 February, 2020, the RIPE NCC joined a partnership with the Council of Europe to develop recommendations for its member states on the development, use and regulation of digital technologies. The Council of Europe’s mission is to promote human rights, democracy and the rule of law online.

Roundtable Meeting for Governments and Regulators in Brussels

On Monday, 27 January 2020, the RIPE NCC held a Roundtable Meeting for government representatives and regulators in Brussels, Belgium.

RIPE NCC Activity Plan and Budget 2020 Published

We have published our 2020 Activity Plan and Budget.

The RIPE NCC has run out of IPv4 Addresses

Today, at 15:35 (UTC+1) on 25 November 2019, we made our final /22 IPv4 allocation from the last remaining addresses in our available pool. We have now run out of IPv4 addresses.

RIPE NCC IPv4 Address Space Chart - Now Updated

RIPE NCC IPv4 Address Space Chart

Update: Approaching IPv4 Run-out

Today we allocated the last of our contiguous /22 IPv4 address blocks. We still have approximately one million addresses available, in the form of /23s and /24s, and we will continue making /22-equivalent allocations made up of these smaller blocks. Once we can no longer allocate the equivalent of a /22, we will announce that we have reached run-out. We expect this to occur in November 2019.

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