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What is ARIN transfer process?
Transfers of IP addresses and Autonomous System Numbers (ASNs) issued by ARIN or its predecessors are governed by ARIN policies.
How should you do the IPv4 transfer with ARIN?
Why do I need to know about ARIN transfer IP addresses?
To buy or sell ARIN IP addresses you will need an AN account, pre-approval from RAIN, and knowledge of the IPv4 transfer process in the ARIN region.

IP addresses and ASNs may only be transferred to another organization when:

An organization acquires the assets that are using IP addresses and/or ASNs in a currently operating network, or acquires the network and organization as a whole, via a merger, acquisition, reorganization, or similar transaction.

An organization with unused IPv4 address space or an ASN releases it to a specified recipient who qualifies for it under current ARIN policy within the ARIN region.

An organization with unused IPv4 address space and/or ASNs releases them to a specified recipient outside the ARIN region who qualifies for it under the recipient RIR’s policy.

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Note: APNIC and RIPE NCC accept IPv4 addresses and ASNs. LACNIC currently accepts IPv4 addresses only.

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What does ARIN transfer policy says?
Submitting a Transfer Request Log in to ARIN Online, Select Transfer Resources from the navigation menu ,Follow the instructions presented to you. ,Pay the non-refundable processing fee, if required., Upon approval, pay any other applicable fees.,Submit a signed Registration Services Agreement (RSA) within 90 days.
Once ARIN receives a signed RSA and all applicable fees, your resources will be transferred within two business days. If you need a status update on your transfer request or have any questions, please call ARIN Registration Services . For fee or RSA questions, call ARIN Financial Services
Transfers Due to Mergers, Acquisitions, and Reorganizations If your organization acquired assets (such as customers and equipment) from another organization via an acquisition or merger, and those assets are using IP addresses and/or ASNs that are directly registered through ARIN, you may request a transfer of those resources. ARIN will proceed with processing transfer requests even if the number resources of the combined organizations exceed what can be justified under current ARIN policy. In that event, ARIN will work with the resource holder(s) to transfer the extra number resources to other organization(s) or accept a voluntary return of the extra number resources to ARIN.
Transfers to Specified Recipients Within the ARIN Region If your organization is in need of, or currently holds, unused ARIN-issued IPv4 address space or an Autonomous System Number (ASN), you may request an Specified Recipient Transfer Both the recipient and source organizations must submit transfer requests separately. These ticketed requests will be linked to one another by ARIN staff once they have been reviewed.
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Requirements for the Source Organization (Current Registrant)
Requirements for the Recipient Organization
What should I do next?
How should I do InterRiR transfers?
Requirements for Transfers from ARIN to Another RIR
What are requirements for Transfers from Another RIR to ARIN?
What are Transfer Requirements for Specified and Inter-RIR Transfer Recipients?
Who may submit a transfer request?
What kind of documentation will you be asking for?
Do I have to send my entire Asset Purchase Agreement?
Can I redact any monetary listings in my merger or acquisition contracts?
Our contracts are confidential and we do not feel comfortable sharing the sensitive data. Is there any other way to complete the transfer?
I need to transfer resources, but the merger/acquisition took place many years ago and I no longer have the legal documentation outlining the transaction. Is there anything that can be done?
The organization name listed on the records was never our legal name. What kind of documentation will ARIN need so we can update the records?
How does the transfer of direct allocations affect membership status?
Are there any constraints when transferring address blocks using a third-party brokerage service outside of ARIN?
Does ARIN recommend any particular brokerage services such as those on the Registered Transfer Facilitator list?
How does ARIN handle bankruptcy-related transfers?
I want to transfer Internet number resources to another party which are currently covered under an ARIN RPKI certificate. What do I need to do to prepare for this?

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