Our team works with buyers and sellers every step of the way, avoiding delays and ensuring the IPv4 transfer is completed within 2-3 weeks.
Whether preparing to buy or sell the IPv4 address range, the IPv4 transfer process can be overwhelming and complicated. As this is a new market and idea, there is some ambiguity regarding what constitutes a safe and legal method of transferring IPv4 assets between organizations.
We negotiate the purchase and transfer terms for both parties ensuring a favorable transaction.
We assist with all necessary documentation required by ARIN, RIPE, and APNIC. We work alongside the Regional Internet Registries (RIRs), such as ARIN, RIPE, and APNIC.
From start to finish of the two to three-week transfer period, we try to make every step of the process as transparent and seamless as possible. We will provide support and advice during every step of the transfer process.
Clean IPv4 Subnets
The IPv4 Subnets are checked and cleaned from most global IP blacklists.
The buyer will have the ability to review the IPv4 address block before making payment.
We will guarantee the deal.
For IP Address space purchase eligibility, all buyers must demonstrate a business justification.
RIPE has no pre-approval requirement to acquire a RIPE IPv4 address block unless the IPv4 block is transferred from ARIN or APNIC. This is referred to as an inter-RIR transfer.
If a RIPE IPv4 transfer request is from ARIN or APNIC, the buyer will need to demonstrate at least 50% usage of the RIPE IPv4 addresses over five years. RIPE will request this information after ARIN or APNIC has approved the IPv4 transfer and sent their request to RIPE
APNIC requires all clients to present a business case demonstrating why they want to purchase APNIC IP address space.
ARIN will require you to build a business case demonstrating why you want to purchase ARIN IP address space.
The seller submits the transfer request via an online portal with the regional internet registry and provides any required supporting documents. Typically requires signed documents and other company legal documents.
Both parties should Sign Document
- The buyer and seller sign the RIPE transfer form.
- Submits the buyer and seller company registration documents.
asks an officer of the company to sign and notarize a document approving the transfer.
We add seller and buyer information to the transfer form.
Buyer requests the transfer
RIR reviews transfer
RIR Whois updates
Seller requests the transfer
ARIN: Request $300 Transfer Fee
APNIC: A 20% transfer fee is calculated using the sum of total IPv4 addresses that are being transferred in a single transfer request.
RIPE: All resource transfers are free of charge.
RIR Approves Request