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LIR Training Course

Description

The LIR Training Course is a one-day introduction to the RIPE NCC's administrative procedures and RIPE Policies related to obtaining and distributing Internet resources (i.e. IP addresses, AS Numbers and reverse DNS delegation) and operating a Local Internet Registry (LIR). The course includes a basic introduction to the RIPE Database.

You should attend this training course: if you are a staff member of a Local Internet Registry (LIR) in the RIPE NCC service region.

Pre-requisites

This course is especially useful for new LIRs. You need to have a basic understanding of:

  • IP addresses and subnetting
  • BGP and routing
  • DNS operations

Course content

  1. The Internet Registry (IR) System
  2. The RIPE Policy Development Process (PDP)
  3. The RIPE Database
  4. IPv4 Resources
  5. Independent Resources
  6. IPv6 Resources

Goals

  • Know how to interact with the RIPE NCC
  • Know how to request Internet number resources
  • Understand how IP addresses are distributed
  • Understand how policies are developed
  • Know the basics of the RIPE Database

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