IANA IPv4 Recovered Address Space registry updated

Leo Vegoda leo.vegoda at icann.org
Tue May 20 14:30:20 UTC 2014

ICANN has updated the IANA IPv4 Recovered Address Space registry after
LACNIC notified it that it has less than a total of a /9 in its inventory of
IPv4 address space. This triggered the activation the Recovered IPv4 pool,
which was created in the Global Policy for Post Exhaustion IPv4 Allocation
Mechanisms by the IANA.
The address space selection is made using software that tries to allocate
blocks based on the RIR managing the DNS for that /8. The software, along
with a worked example, is published at: https://github.com/icann/
The list of allocations can be found at:
Kind regards,
Leo Vegoda
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