Note: APNIC and RIPE NCC accept IPv4 addresses and ASNs. LACNIC currently accepts IPv4 addresses only. Transfer requests must meet the requirements of ARIN transfer policies in order to receive approval. Please note the following changes: Beginning 1 January 2017, the Fee Schedule for Resource Transfers changed.How do I get support for ripe?
We support members and the RIPE community through several channels to offer timely and efficient help – whether it’s a ticket, a tweet or a training course. More information about Get Support Contact Us Office Information RIPE NCC Report Form Report Technical Emergency Training and Education RIPE NCC AcademyDo I need an ASN to peer on any2exchange®?
A separate connection to the internet is encouraged and a registered Autonomous System Number (ASN) from a regional internet registry such as ARIN or RIPE is required to peer on the Any2Exchange® for internet peering. The CoreSite Open Cloud Exchange® enables private virtual connections for direct cloud access with on-demand provisioning.When will Arin proceed with processing transfer requests?
ARIN will proceed with processing transfer requests even if the number resources of the combined organizations exceed what can be justified under current ARIN policy as defined in NRPM Section 8.5.