Safe IPv4 Was: Re: premiumcolo.net IP address rental
aaron at wholesaleinternet.net
Mon Jan 9 19:35:59 UTC 2017
The emails I've seen are looking to rent FROM us, not TO us. I've
received an email to every one of our ARIN POCs so I assumed they were
scraping whois data and marked it all as spam.
On 1/9/2017 12:40 PM, Martin Hannigan wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 9, 2017 at 11:20 AM, Matt Freitag <mlfreita at mtu.edu> wrote:
>> I can't speak to "premiumcolo.net"
> Neither can I, but that may not mean much. Perhaps someone else can
> validate that they're reputable and can execute a transaction end to end?
> If you need IPv4 addresses for your network:
> 1. Make sure you have an IPV6 allocation from your favorite RIR and are
> using it
> 2. Apply for and receive a last /22 from RIPE. EVERYONE can do this.
> 3. Contact a reputable broker.
> The ones I have experience with (Alphabetical):
> A. Peter Thimmesch at Addrex http://www.addrex.net
> B. Amy Cooper at Hilco Streambank http://www.ipv4auctions.com/
> C. Mike Burns at http://www.IPTrading.com
> ARIN also publishes a list (which is not a requirement to be able to
> transact or support transfers):
> Network operators have many choices for answering their IP numbering needs
> these days. Including IPv6.
> Sorry to be a broken record on this topic, but it seems to come up a lot.
> And if you search the archives I'll suspect you'll find something similar
> to this a few time now.
> An educated network operator is the best kind. That's why we are here.
> YMMV and Best,
Chief Technical Officer
Wholesale Internet, Inc. (AS 32097)
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