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APNIC transfer process
All that you need to know about APNIC transfer, merger, acquisition, and takeover policy
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What is an APNIC IPv4 transfer?
APNIC recognizes there will be situations where IPv4 resources may be transferred between: Current APNIC account holders, Current APNIC account holders and organizations in other RIR regions(s), Holders of historical IPv4 addresses without an APNIC account to current APNIC Members, Organizations through a merger, acquisition, or takeover.

Buying APNIC IPv4 address space include transfer between LIRs.All transfers of IPv4 address space are accurately reflected in the APNIC Whois Database. This ensures the integrity of the network and an accurate description of the current state of address distribution.
Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) are established under the authority of IANA to serve and represent large geographical regions. Their primary role is to manage, distribute, and register public Internet address space within their respective regions. Currently, there are five RIRs: AfriNIC, APNIC, ARIN, LACNIC, and the RIPE NCC.
A Local Internet Registry (LIR) is generally an Internet Service Provider (ISP), and may assign address space to its own network infrastructure and to users of its network services. LIR customers may be other "downstream" ISPs, which further assigns address space to their own customers.
The source in a resource transfer is the organization which, prior to the transfer, is the legitimate holder of the resources to be transferred. Where the source is in the APNIC region, the source must be a current APNIC account holder. Where the source is from another RIR region, it must be that RIR's equivalent to the "source" as defined here.
The recipient in a resource transfer is the organization which, after the transfer is completed, will be the legitimate holder of the resources to be transferred. Where the recipient is in the APNIC region, the recipient must be a current APNIC account holder. Where the recipient is from another RIR region, it must be that RIR's equivalent to the "recipient" as defined here.
Current resources are Internet resources registered by APNIC under explicit policies and agreements. Resources include public IPv4 addresses, IPv6 addresses, and Autonomous System numbers.
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Interlir APNIC Transfer services and pricing
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Historical IPv4
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Current IPv4
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38 euro
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Inter-RIR transfer
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Historical IPv4
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38 euro
/24
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What does APNIC IPv4 transfer policy say?
Regional Internet Registry Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) are established under the authority of IANA to serve and represent large geographical regions. Their primary role is to manage, distribute, and register public Internet address space within their respective regions. Currently, there are five RIRs: AfriNIC, APNIC, ARIN, LACNIC, and the RIPE NCC.
Local Internet Registry (LIR) A Local Internet Registry (LIR) is generally an Internet Service Provider (ISP), and may assign address space to its own network infrastructure and to users of its network services. LIR customers may be other "downstream" ISPs, which further assigns address space to their own customers.
Source The source in a resource transfer is the organization which, prior to the transfer, is the legitimate holder of the resources to be transferred. Where the source is in the APNIC region, the source must be a current APNIC account holder. Where the source is from another RIR region, it must be that RIR's equivalent to the "source" as defined here.
Recipient The recipient in a resource transfer is the organization which, after the transfer is completed, will be the legitimate holder of the resources to be transferred. Where the recipient is in the APNIC region, the recipient must be a current APNIC account holder. Where the recipient is from another RIR region, it must be that RIR's equivalent to the "recipient" as defined here.
Current IPv4 resources Current resources are Internet resources registered by APNIC under explicit policies and agreements. Resources include public IPv4 addresses, IPv6 addresses, and Autonomous System numbers.
Historical IPv4 resources Historical resources are Internet resources registered under early registry policies without formal agreements
Inter-RIR IPv4 address and AS number transfers APNIC will recognize inter-RIR IPv4 address and ASN transfers only when the counterpart RIR has an inter-RIR transfer policy that permits the transfer of those resources between APNIC and its own region.
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Conditions on the IPv4 resources to be transferred
Conditions on the source of the transfer
Conditions on the recipient of the transfer
Closure of LIRs
Consequences for allocations
Effect on membership agreement
Updating registration details
Policies applicable to transferred resources
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