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The RIR System

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Presentation given by Gergana Petrova at Youth IGF Ukraine, Kiev, Ukraine on 28 September 2017

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The RIR System

  1. 1. Gergana Petrova| gpetrova@ripe.net | 28 September 2017 The RIR system
  2. 2. Gergana Petrova | 28 September 2017 2 Internet Protocol (IP) Address • It needs to be globally unique • It is an address, not an identity - Represents a location in a network - If you move, your address is likely to change 193.0.6.193 193.0.6.192 193.0.6.191 193.0.6.195 193.0.6.196 193.0.6.190 193.0.6.194
  3. 3. Gergana Petrova | 28 September 2017 3 What is the RIPE community? • Réseaux IP Européens • Established in 1989 • Open, bottom-up, inclusive, transparent • Responsible for making policy, sharing information and best practices • RIPE structures: - Working groups - Mailing lists - RIPE Meetings
  4. 4. Gergana Petrova | 28 September 2017 4 What is RIPE NCC? • RIPE Network Coordination Centre • Independent, not-for-profit membership organisation • Established in 1992 • One of the five RIRs (Regional Internet Registry) • Serving Europe, the Middle East, parts of Central Asia • Around 140 staff based in Amsterdam, Dubai and Moscow
  5. 5. Gergana Petrova | 28 September 2017 5 What does RIPE NCC do? • Receives large IP address blocks from IANA - Distribute those in smaller blocks to its members - Publish and maintain a list of who has which block - Implement the rules (policies) set by the RIPE community • Supports the infrastructure of the Internet through technical coordination • Provide services for the benefit of the Internet community at large
  6. 6. Gergana Petrova | 28 September 2017 6 RIR Service Regions
  7. 7. Gergana Petrova | 28 September 2017 7 RIPE Policy Development • Relate to the operation of the Internet (e.g. process of resource allocation, assignment, transfers) • Developed by and for the RIPE community • Decisions based on mailing list discussion - Face to face meetings help • Rough Consensus - Properly address all concerns and objections - Work out differences - No voting or counting
  8. 8. Gergana Petrova | 28 September 2017 8 Our meetings • RIPE Meetings - 5 days; in service region - RIPE 75, 22-26 October 2017 in Dubai • ENOG - 2 days; all over Eurasia - ENOG 14, 9-10 October in Minsk • SEE - 2 days; all over South East Europe - SEE 7, 18-19 June 2018 in Timisoara
  9. 9. Gergana Petrova | 28 September 2017 9 Get Involved • RIPE Academic Cooperation Initiative (RACI) - covers travel and accommodation for academics to come and present at our meetings - Join the academic mailing list: https://www.ripe.net/raci/mailing-list • RIPE fellowship - provide travel and accommodation for underrepresented groups to attend - Join the mailing list: https://www.ripe.net/participate/mail
  10. 10. Gergana Petrova | 28 September 2017 10 Learn More • The RIPE Academy - free online courses - Local Internet Registry (LIR), RIPE Database, IPv6 - https://academy.ripe.net • Online webinars - RIPE Atlas, RIPE policies, new LIRs, RIPE Database, IPv6 - webinar recordings available - https://www.ripe.net/support/training/learn-online/webinars
  11. 11. Questions gpetrova@ripe.net www.ripe.net

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