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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 Escrow.com 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

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AFRINIC in turnmoil !

Hot in AFRINIC In AFRINIC ther is an ongoing investigation due to suspiscion of fraud. Price WaterHouse Cooper dropped them in January 2020, with suspicion of an insider stealing IPv4 from the free pool to resell on the black market. We are not operating in AFRINIC, even if we are an associate member, and maybe

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What is cooking’ in ARIN ?

New in ARIN Region Nothing much in ARIN except maybe that finally ARIN sue COGENT for using the ARIN database for marketing purpose. It is indeed strange to receive loads of email regarding your traffic right after you become member, get an AS or an Ipv4 subnet !. Otherwise ARIN is pleased to present the

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What’s new in RIPE NCC ?

New in RIPE Region: RIPE 80 will take place in Berlin, Germany from 11‑15 May 2020, and we will most certainly attend. If you want to meet with us, have an open discussion on buying / selling IPv4, or anything else including best ways to delist SBL, feel free to join. Most of us are

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