1. Register an account
Enter the mandatory fields:
Some fields are optional: Job title, Organisation and Postal Code.
Your email and password will be your login credentials.
2. Sign in with your login credentials
Sign in using the email address and password used in step 1.
If you have forgotten your password, you can use the "Forgot password" feature to reset it. Enter the email address that you used for registration and you will receive a link with details on how you can reset your password. Please note that this link will expire within 48 hours. If you have not changed your password by then, you will have to click on the "Forgot Password" link again to receive a new link.
Enter the mandatory fields:
There are certain optional fields: Fax, Website, Founding document URL and Postal Code.
Founding document URL: You can include the URL of your founding document if it is available online. A founding document details how an organisation is established and governed. Examples are constitution, certificate of Incorporation, Act of parliament etc.
Enter the mandatory fields:
There are three types of contacts: Administrative, Billing and Technical. We require at least two different contacts and covering all the three types (i.e the same contacts may be registered for more than one role).
The rights of each type of contact differs:
All the registered contacts are able to maintain and update their organisation's details (address, e-mail address and telephone number).
If you already have a person object in the AFRINIC WHOIS database, please select "Use NIC-HDL" and specify your nic-hdl. For example, CS10-AFRINIC.
person: Customer Services
phone: +230 4035100
changed: email@example.com 20150417
Please specify how will you be using the requested IP resources.
Based on your selection, you will need to indicate additional information on the exact use of the IP addresses in the next section.
In this section, you will need to provide detailed information on how you will be using the requested IPv4 address space. Based on the information collected on the previous page, you will be presented with a list of services that you might be running on your network. If any is missing, please add it using the "Add" button.
For each of the service that will require IP addresses, please input the total number of IP addresses that you are requesting under the column "Total". We do need how much you will use within the next "3 months" and up to "8 months". In addition, the location where these addresses will be used per service is required as well under the "Location" column.
Please ensure to provide as much information possible to help the Hostmasters understand your needs and speed up the evaluation of your resource request.
Resource Members are generally Local Internet Registry (LIR) and End-Users (EU).
If you are an LIR, you may receive a minimum /32 block as per the IPv6 Address Allocation and Assignment Policy.
If you are an End-user, you may receive a minimum /48 block as per the IPv6 Provider Independent (PI) Assignment for End-Sites.
In order to qualify for an AS number, the requesting organization must be an AFRINIC resource member and fulfil any of the following requirements:
An organization will also be eligible if it can demonstrate that it will meet the above criteria upon receiving an ASN (or within the following six months).
All requests for ASNs under these criteria will be evaluated using the guidelines described in RFC1930 "Guidelines for the creation, selection and registration of an Autonomous System (AS)".
AFRINIC will require the AS Number and the authoritative contact details of a transit provider/peer an organisation intend to interconnect with in order to confirm the peering agreement/negotiations.
We encourage you to upload all requested files since these are required for the smooth evaluation of your request. Certain documents are mandatory and these must be provided to us. Documents that are not mandatory may help us to evaluate your request quicker if you provide them alongside the mandatory documents. Please be advised that the evaluation may take longer than usual if we do not receive all relevant documents.
Please note that your password was changed successfully.
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