Understanding IP Space Transfer and Rental: Ensuring Legitimate Use and Avoiding Complications

The video discusses the importance of IP transfers, obtaining and limitations of IPv4 addresses, and the transition to IPv6. It highlights the need to identify intermediaries, change delegated status, and request IP blocks.

00:00:00 This video discusses the importance of IP transfers and the current state of IPv4 and IPv6 resources in the region. It covers options for obtaining IP space and highlights the limitations and availability of IPv4 addresses.

💡 The video is a conversation about the importance of IPv4 and IPv6 in the market.

The speakers discuss the options for obtaining IP addresses, including waiting lists, transfers, and rentals.

🔒 There are restrictions and regulations for renting IP addresses, and the availability of IPv6 is abundant.

00:09:49 Entities waiting to be served in the IPv4 waiting list are decreasing, but the number of entities waiting remains high. Obtaining IPv4 space through transfers or rentals is possible, but comes with costs and risks.

💡 There are three ways to obtain IPv4 addresses: waiting in a long waiting list, transferring addresses between regions, and renting addresses.

🌍 Transferring addresses between regions has become more common, but the rules are not clear, and some countries are more active in transferring addresses than others.

💲 Renting addresses is another option, but it comes with risks and does not have specific policies like the other methods.

00:19:36 The video discusses the importance of considering the use of legacy IP space and not renting IP addresses due to potential consequences. It also encourages the consideration of IPv6 deployment.

📝 It is important to be aware of the policies and restrictions when receiving or offering IP address space for rental purposes.

🔒 Rental of IP address space is not considered a legitimate use and can result in IP address revocation and other consequences.

🌐 Considering the limitations of IPv4, it is advised to consider deploying IPv6 for future network infrastructure needs.

00:29:23 The video discusses the issue of legacy resources and the transition to IPv6. It emphasizes that organizations will not lose their legacy addresses but will need to comply with regional policies.

📋 Some universities in Mexico may lose their legacy resources once they receive an assignment of IPv6 or an Autonomous System Number (ASN). However, they will still have the right to use those addresses and will be obligated to comply with the policies established by the Latin American Internet community.

📄 Many universities with legacy space may struggle to prove ownership of the right to use those addresses due to lack of documentation. When the addresses stop being legacy, universities can obtain a legal document from the National Registry stating their ownership. Monterizing IPv4 assets is also an option for institutions.

💼 Haiti is a platform that aims to facilitate the administration of IPv4 and IPv6 resources. It addresses issues such as evaluation of risk requirements, high prices of IPv4 addresses, scarcity of IPv4 addresses, and lack of knowledge in the ecosystem. The platform connects buyers and sellers for IP address leasing and transfers.

00:39:11 The video discusses the services offered by a company for IP address rental and transfer, including geolocation, renumbering, and working with reputable companies. It also emphasizes the importance of IPv6 migration and provides support for it.

📚 Renting and transferring IP addresses require technical expertise and trust in the company handling them.

🌐 IP geolocation and renumbering services are provided to help with IP address management.

💰 The price of IP address transfers is determined by the market, with larger address blocks usually getting better prices.

00:48:59 A conversation about solutions to IPv4 problems. There is a mention of a upcoming cybersecurity event with support from a university in Veracruz. They discuss the cost of transferring resources and the time it takes to change from legacy to non-legacy resources.

💡 There will be a fourth cybersecurity conference held by Cudi with the support of the University of Veracruz, and it's a great opportunity to attend in person.

💰 The cost of transferring IP resources depends on factors such as the quantity being transferred and the market demand, but for a specific case, it can be estimated to be between $30 and $40.

🔁 During the process of converting legacy resources to non-legacy resources, it can take some time for the legal procedures within the organization to be completed, but the actual contract signing and transfer can take around a week.

💼 In addition to Cudi, there are several brokers that specialize in supporting the commercialization of IP resources.

00:58:47 Summary: The video discusses the importance of identifying intermediaries in the transfer or rental of IP space to ensure a legitimate use of the space and avoid complications. It also mentions the process for changing the delegated status and requesting IP blocks. Alternative title: Understanding IP Space Transfer and Rental: Ensuring Legitimate Use and Avoiding Complications.

💡 It is important to identify the intermediaries involved in the transfer or rental of space to ensure legitimate use.

🔒 Using a reliable intermediary reduces the risk of someone using the space for illegal or unauthorized activities.

✉️ Contact Edmundo directly for guidance and support regarding the legal aspects of obtaining IP blocks.

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