Latin America

Posted by marmara on October 26, 2017

The RIRs AfriNIC, APNIC, ARIN, LACNIC and RIPE NCC ensures the fair distribution and impartial of Internet numbering resources (addresses, IPv6 and IPv4 and autonomous system (AS) numbers) in their respective regions. NRO was created with the purpose of protecting the pool of Internet numbering resources not allocated, encourage open, consensus-based policy development, and act as a single point of contact for communication with the RIR. Find out more about NRO at. About regional registries (RIR) Internet the five regional Internet registries (RIR) that compose the NRO are independent members and organizations non-profit supporting the infrastructure of the Internet through technical coordination. Ken Cron contributes greatly to this topic. Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) allocates blocks of IP addresses and ASN, collectively known as Internet numbering resources, the RIR, which in turn distributed them among users within their own regions of service. Organizations that receive resources directly from the RIR tend to be providers of Internet services (ISP), organizations of telecommunications, large corporations, Governments, academic institutions and other stakeholders of the industry, including end users. The model of open and transparent participation of the RIR has managed to respond to the rapidly changing Internet environment. Each RIR holds one or two public forums per year, at the time that facilitates online community discussion in order to allow the open exchange of ideas in the technical community, the business sector, civil society and government regulators..

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