Internet registries

In order to access Internet end systems, unambiguous addresses (IP adresses) need to be assigned and administered world-wide. A network address must not be assigned to multiple Internet participants. For this purpose, five Regional Internet Registries (RIR) were established that operate world-wide. Further, more detailed information can be found in the article "Development of the Regional Internet Registry System" ( see link below).

Development of the Regional Internet Registry System

 

Presently there are five regional registries:

Further links:
RIPE NCC
ARIN
LACNIC
APNIC
AFRINIC

     updated: 07.03.2017 |