Buy, Sell & Lease AFRINIC IPv4 Address
AFRINIC is the regional internet registry handling the African continent when it comes to distributing and managing internet number resources, including IP address space and Autonomous System Numbers. Its service region also covers the Indian Ocean region.Rent IPv4 Range /22 NOW
* We have sufficient IPv4 ranges available for (new) long term clients.
* RIPE /22 range rental.
* Minimum contract period 2 month.
RIPE /48 range rental, 256 x/56, 65K x/64Sponsoring LIR
At Stevan Solutions / Access2.IT you can apply for a "Sponsoring LIR" or "Independent number resource assignment" via one of our LIR account(s) at RIPE.Managed ASN
A managed solution where an ASN is announced and managed by us on our network.AS
Existing clients are able to have a sponsoring of an Autonomous System Number (ASN) via Access2.IT. For this service we need two (2) upstream providers (AS numbers) and some extra information.
AFRINIC cites its mission as providing efficient and professional distribution of these resources to the internet community in Africa, as well as to support usage and development of internet technology all over the continent. It also seeks to bolster self-governance in the region through a multistakeholder PDP. AFRINIC was the last of the five RIR to be formed.
Registration and maintenance
AFRINIC, being an RIR, operates as a non-profit, and is a member-based association managing internet resources in the African region. Distribution is done the same way as by other RIRs: the regional community develops polices using a Policy Development Processes (PDP), and AFRINIC upholds and enforces this. It is also governed by a board elected by members, which gives PDP verification, strategic guidance, ad fiduciary oversight. Like the other RIRs, AFRINIC has set up measures which allow it to prevent capture through bylaws, election process, membership provisions, articles of incorporation, etc. There is also a joint stability fund which AFRINIC and the other RIRs use to make sure the global RIR scene remains functional and efficient over future decades.