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To announce your allocation directly via your Internet Service Provider (ISP) you will need to:
To announce your allocation directly via your Internet Service Provider (ISP) you will need to:


# Contact your ISP and ask them if they are willing to agree to announce your AMPRNet allocation in accordance with the terms of the [http://www.ampr.org/terms-of-service AMPRNet Terms of Service and Acceptable Use Agreement] (specifically section 7b).
# Contact your ISP and ask them if they are willing to agree to announce your AMPRNet allocation in accordance with the terms of the [https://www.ampr.org/terms-of-service/ AMPRNet Terms of Service and Acceptable Use Agreement] (specifically section 7b).
# Provide a WRITTEN copy of your agreement with your ISP to the AMPRNet administrator.
# Provide a WRITTEN copy of your agreement with your ISP to the AMPRNet administrator.
# Upon verification of the agreement, the AMPRNet administrator will provide WRITTEN authorization to your ISP allowing them to announce your allocation.
# Upon verification of the agreement, the AMPRNet administrator will provide WRITTEN authorization to your ISP allowing them to announce your allocation.

Latest revision as of 19:32, 29 November 2021

To announce your allocation directly via your Internet Service Provider (ISP) you will need to:

  1. Contact your ISP and ask them if they are willing to agree to announce your AMPRNet allocation in accordance with the terms of the AMPRNet Terms of Service and Acceptable Use Agreement (specifically section 7b).
  2. Provide a WRITTEN copy of your agreement with your ISP to the AMPRNet administrator.
  3. Upon verification of the agreement, the AMPRNet administrator will provide WRITTEN authorization to your ISP allowing them to announce your allocation.


Providers Supporting Customers Bringing IPv4 Blocks

Provider Name URL Region(s) IPv6 Block Add-Ons
Free Range Cloud https://freerangecloud.com/ Fremont/CA/US, Ashburn/VA/US Yes
Vultr https://www.vultr.com/ 16 Worldwide Locations ?