This is a unique number that the RIPE NCC uses as your billing account number.
This field is being replaced by more structured postal address fields.
An allocation is a block of address space set aside for current and future usage.
An Assignment Window (AW) refers to the maximum number of addresses that can be assigned by the LIR to their own network or per year to an End Users network without prior approval from the RIPE NCC.
These are assignments that have been requested and approved by the RIPE NCC.
An Autonomous System (AS) is a group of IP networks run by one or more network operators that has a single and clearly defined routing policy.
This field should contain the full postal address to send billing-related information. It should also contain the name of the responsible person. If no person is mentioned in the billing address the first LIR contact will be listed as a billing contact.
Here you will find the billing category of your LIR stated as a size; EXTRA SMALL, SMALL, MEDIUM, LARGE or EXTRA LARGE.
This is the e-mail address to be used to send billing-related information.
Billing Phase information can be found at: http://www.ripe.net/membership/billing/procedure.html#payment-timeframe
This text will be used in invoices for reference by the LIR, e.g. RIPE NCC LIR.
Please enter the password used to login to this site as "Current Password". You can use the unique, suggested password if you wish. Type the new password you have chosen, then confirm this by re-typing the new password in the "Confirm New Password" field.
This field is optional. It can be used to specify your position. For example "Network Engineer" or "Sales Consultant".
A short and concise description of the community served by the LIR. Please indicate the types of IP connectivity services provided and the types of customer or organisation receiving IP resources.
Only the people listed here can send requests for your LIR to the RIPE NCC.
In this field enter the ISO country code where the LIR assigns addresses or provides services.
This should be the central e-mail address used by the LIR.
Please include the country code of the LIRs fax number in the format +<country code><number>.
This field describes your industry sector and is for internal use only.
You will receive a hard copy sent by post in addition to the invoice sent to you by email.
Legacy space is the IPv4 address space that was distributed by the Internet Assigned Numbers Authoritys (IANA) central registry prior to the formation of the Regional Internet Registry (RIR) system. After the RIPE NCC was established as an RIR, IANA authorised it to take over administrative responsibility of the address space that it had distributed in what is now defined as the RIPE NCC service region (Europe, the Middle East and parts of Central Asia).
Please include e-mail addresses that wish to receive announcements from the RIPE NCC. Please make sure announcements from the RIPE NCC will be forwarded to the contacts of the registry. It is mandatory to have at least one e-mail address per LIR.
A members-only list where RIPE NCC members who have subscribed can discuss membership related issues. More information available at: http://www.ripe.net/membership/lists.html.
Your LIR must have a membership status FULL to be subscribed to this list. Members who have a status other than FULL will not be able to subcribe, even though their e-mail appears in this box. Members whose status alters while they are subscribed will be automatically unsubscribed from the membership discussion list.
NIC-handles (nic-hdl) are unique identifiers for person objects in the RIPE Database.
A short descriptive name of the organisation running the LIR. It is used in lists and wherever a short description is appropriate. Before changing this attribute please contact a RIPE NCC Hostmaster at email@example.com
Here you will find information detailing the LIRs billing history.
These are assignments made directly by the RIPE NCC, e.g. Provider Independent (PI) assignments.
Please include the country code of the LIRs phone number in the format +<country code><number>.
This is the way you receive your invoices, E-MAIL ASCII or E-mail (PostScript).
This string uniquely identifies an LIR. The format for the RegID is <country code>.<registry name>. Please note that this is only an administrative identifier and is not necessarily associated with your business. If you want to change the RegID after the LIR has been set up, the RIPE NCC will charge an extra set-up fee for administrative overhead.
This field is optional. It can be used for entering information that you feel is important but does not fit in any other field.
This is the applicable billing scheme. YEARLY is the normal billing scheme. HALF YEARLY and QUARTERLY are possible options made by prior arrangement with the RIPE NCC.
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The type field specifies whether this is a "PROVIDER" LIR that will be assigning addresses to End Users or an "ENTERPRISE" LIR that will only be assigning addresses within its organisation.
This is the Value Added Tax (VAT) number that is required for billing LIRs inside the European Union (EU). If this number is not provided the Dutch VAT will be billed. If your LIR has no billing address in the EU please type "outside EU".
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