IPXO is a fully automated IP address lease and monetization platform. To get the most out of it, make sure to get acquainted with the minimum requirements for listing RIPE NCC-issued subnets.
Check the subnet's Whois information
Make sure the inetnum you are adding exists in RIPE's Whois database. Use the RIPE Database query search tool to look this information up.
Authorize IPXO to manage the subnet
IPXO supports two types of authorization for RIPE NCC allocated IP addresses:
- mnt-by: Set IPXO-MNT as the maintainer in the RIPE NCC portal for a given inetnum (the recommended method)
- ROA: Use this method when adding a /24 Allocated PA subnet by adding IPXO-MNT as mnt-lower, mnt-domains, mnt-routes
Check if the subnet’s status is accepted
Based on the Inetnum Status, perform the required action from the following table:
|Authorize by adding IPXO-MNT as mnt-by
(mask = 24)
|Authorize via ROA and by adding IPXO-MNT as mnt-lower, mnt-domains, mnt-routes
|Unsupported: Recreate the inetnum with a Sub-Allocated PA status
(mask < 24)
|Create a more specific inetnum with Sub-Allocated PA status and add IPXO-MNT as mnt-by
|Unsupported: Here is an official guide from RIPE on how to convert an Assigned PI to an Allocated PA