brenac ipv4 broker

We are specialized in trading IPV4 subnets, buy IPv4

Registered ipv4 facilitator in RIPE, ARIN, LACNIC and APNIC


IPv4 exhaustion is a reality

Ipv4 pool free ip graph ripe 2020

The current status of IPv4

ARIN used its last /8 long ago however still from time to times reallocates /24 ipv4 addresses. The waiting list time is random, 8 months on average.

RIPE NCC started a waiting list to allocate a /24 for new LIR members. Each LIR can receive one /24 allocation from the waiting list. In other words only LIRs that have never received an allocation can make a request for a single /24 !.

In APNIC, as of Friday, 5 April 2019, all new and existing members are able to access up to a maximum of /23.

As for LACNIC exhaustion is predicted for August 2020. This is for all the above reasons that IPv4 broker such as us are registered with all the RIRs: to help you to find IPv4 subnets !

AFRINIC still has IPv4 until this summer 2020. After that ?

The IPv4 need

Despite the implementation of IPv6 there is still a need for IPv4 and we help you to find rare IPv4 resources at the right price and in a safe manner.

Having IPv4 PA or PI subnets is also a financial asset for your company and demonstrates that you can sustain your growth.

Welcome to BRENAC ipv4 broker in RIPE, ARIN, LACNIC and APNIC. We will help you to find the right resources on the market and in its secured transfer process.

BUY IPv4 / SELL IPv4 subnets

You need to find or to sell IPv4 subnet, from /24 to larger subnets, Legacy, PA or PI, an ASN ? or just a free advise:

Do not hesitate to write to us.


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BRENAC EURL first ipv4 broker operating worldwide.

PARIS, March 13th 2020 After transfering more than one million IPs last year, BRENAC Ipv4 broker set a new milestone by becoming the first facilitator registered in all the RIRs. Operating in ARIN, RIPE NCC, LACNIC and APNIC, but also a member of AFRINIC, BRENAC EURL has a unique worlwide view and activity on the
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IPv4 price statistics

Based on our experience and exchange with members of the industry, here are the average prices per size and per year of IPv4 subnets. This is excluding fees or APNIC or ARIN fees. This is an average of prices per IP during the whole year with an important increase on /22 and /24 in
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RIPE: no more subnet !

The RIPE NCC has run out of IPv4 Addresses On 25 November 2019, the final /22 IPv4 allocation from the last remaining addresses in the available pool was made. They have now run out of IPv4 addresses. The announcement will not come as a surprise for network operators – IPv4 run-out has long been anticipated