IPv4 subnets for lease?

Lee Howard Lee at asgard.org
Fri Dec 18 21:07:26 UTC 2015

Leasing is ill-advised; the addresses will be unsellable once the spammers
are through with them.
Really, there¹s no other reason to lease.

If you want to buy or sell addresses in the ARIN region, some of the
facilitators at 
https://www.arin.net/resources/transfer_listing/facilitator_list.html are
pretty good (ask me; I¹ll let you know my opinions privately).

The only ones I know who will deal in blocks as small as /24 are
There may be others I don¹t know about.

Of course you have to ask whether IPv6 is a possible alternative, and you
shouldn¹t go to all the troule and expense of buying addresses without
turning up dual-stack. That would be like spending $20 for a tissue when
you need a $10 cold medicine; it helps, but not for long.


On 12/17/15, 9:31 PM, "NANOG on behalf of Nick Ellermann"
<nanog-bounces at nanog.org on behalf of nellermann at broadaspect.com> wrote:

>We have customers asking to lease IP space for BGP transit with us and
>other peers. But they are struggling to get at a minimum even a Class C,
>even though they have their own ASN. We don't have large amounts of free
>IPv4 space to lease out to a single customer in most cases anymore. Hope
>to at least introduce these customers to some contacts that may be able
>to help.
>Do we know of any reputable sources that are leasing or selling IPv4
>subnets as small as a /24 to satisfy their diversity needs? Thanks!
>Nick Ellermann - CTO & VP Cloud Services
>E: nellermann at broadaspect.com<mailto:nellermann at broadaspect.com>
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