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IPv6 Prefixes just 15$ per year (Australia, Germany, Europe, Liechtenstein, Vatican) | Securebit AG

securebitsecurebit Member, Provider

Hello LowEndTalk Users

Securebit AG is a member of RIPE NCC (Réseaux IP Européens Network Coordination Centre). RIPE NCC is responsible for the allocation and assignment of Autonomous System Numbers (ASN) and IP addresses in Europe. As LIR (Local Internet Registry), we offer them at attractive conditions.

We are the only provider to offer our customers the possibility to choose the geolocation of the superordinate subnet.

Today we want to offer you a small budget IPv6 Prefix:

IPv6 Subnet /44 - CHF 15.00/anually ($15.77/anually) - Order now
- Geolocation for Assigment
- Geolocation for superordinate subnet (AU, DE, EU, LI, VA)
- Assignet to your RIPE ORG Object
- You can create Sub-Allocations, Routes and Domains (PTR)
- Webinterface (Securebit Cloud Manager)

View all Offers and more Details

This makes sense, because there are providers and databases which obtain the location from the databases of the RIR (Regional Internet Registry) instead of reading the location data from the Whois.

Example:

Details

Our customers also like to use Europe for their Anycast DNS and CDN networks. Of course, you can additionally store or adapt the country of your subnetworks in the RIPE database.

You can find more Informations about Internet Resouces (ASN and IP-Prefixes) here:
https://www.securebit.ch/internet/resources
And about our Tunnel here:
https://www.securebit.ch/internet/tunnel

Find out more about Securebit AG and our offers:

Securebit AG is an ISP in Switzerland provide VPS and Colocation with Internet Exchange connection to 4IXP, SBIX, DE-CIX, etc.. (www.securebit.ch). We also provide a free Tunnelbroker.ch Service with BGP Dual Stack.

Comments

  • umiumi Member
    edited June 15

    Can you offer 1 anycast ipv4 address mapped to my vpses around the globe? Is that called IP transit?

  • securebitsecurebit Member, Provider

    IP-Transit means we announce your IPv4/IPv6 Prefixes to Internet via our Network.
    One IPv4 address is not possible because most Peers will filter small Prefixes /25 to /32 (128 to 1 IPv4).

    So you have to Order a /24 IPv4 Prefix with 256 IPs.
    You can find our IPv4 and IPv6 Offers here:
    https://www.securebit.ch/internet/resources

    Best regards
    Kevin

    Thanked by 1umi

    Securebit AG is an ISP in Switzerland provide VPS and Colocation with Internet Exchange connection to 4IXP, SBIX, DE-CIX, etc.. (www.securebit.ch). We also provide a free Tunnelbroker.ch Service with BGP Dual Stack.

  • dfroedfroe Member, Provider

    Congrats for another neat IP service project. Nice to see such new services.

    I personally just don't like those "we are the only"-phrases which strictly speaking are not true. Maybe it would be better to advertise this as a unique self-service (whereas with other LIRs you would need to contact them for such a request)

    And just for better understanding, what exactly do you mean with the difference between RIR (RIPE) DB and Whois? Information about an IP subnet like country or geo-location is stored in RIPE DB and you can query this DB via multiple ways like Web or Whois. What you are querying via Whois is actually the RIPE DB.

    Or are you referring to other commercial databases like MaxMind or IP2Location? Which by the way do not reflect your intended country information.

    IT Service David Froehlich | Individual network and hosting solutions | AS39083 | RIPE LIR services (IPv4, IPv6, ASN)

  • umiumi Member
    edited June 15

    Nope, thanks! Who all those people that start selling ipv6 address space which was supposed to be enough for everyone? Internet has it's ancient past toll biting all affected with archaic DNS system and these ever diminishing /24 ipv4 prefixes for "just" $315/mo which a bit above low end. In this light the Francisco's $6/mo 3 node anycast solution is a dream come true. I'll stick to the dream.

  • HyperK9HyperK9 Member

    @dfroe said:
    Congrats for another neat IP service project. Nice to see such new services.

    I personally just don't like those "we are the only"-phrases which strictly speaking are not true. Maybe it would be better to advertise this as a unique self-service (whereas with other LIRs you would need to contact them for such a request)

    And just for better understanding, what exactly do you mean with the difference between RIR (RIPE) DB and Whois? Information about an IP subnet like country or geo-location is stored in RIPE DB and you can query this DB via multiple ways like Web or Whois. What you are querying via Whois is actually the RIPE DB.

    Or are you referring to other commercial databases like MaxMind or IP2Location? Which by the way do not reflect your intended country information.

    They are referring to the parent prefix of the country, so if you see on bgp.he.net etc. it will show that country for your IP allocation, pretty neat thing imo

  • BertieBertie Member

    Do your IPv6 prefixes work with Netflix? Or are they already marked as proxies/datacentre IPs?

  • dfroedfroe Member, Provider
    edited June 15

    @HyperK9 said:
    They are referring to the parent prefix of the country, so if you see on bgp.he.net etc. it will show that country for your IP allocation, pretty neat thing imo

    I see, so this is really "just" regarding the country flag that is shown on bgp.he.net besides the super-net which is announced via BGP. Well, okay.

    But just as a reminder, in most cases this has nothing to do with the geo-location or country of an IP. This lookup is usually done on the particular IP/subnet and not the super-net. On bgp.he.net you are right that the flags are only shown besides the actual BGP announcements (which may be a super-net).

    Many sites are getting their geo-location information from commercial databases like MaxMind or IP2Location, i.e. it is usually more important to have the records in those databases up to date.

    Usually if you lease an IP subnet (v4 or v6) your LIR can update the record of the inetnum(6) object in RIPE DB to reflect the actual location where you are using the subnet and can trigger and update in various commercial databases to reflect these changes. This is usually a manual process and in this case you may benefit from pre-defined subnets of your choice.

    Also one should note that RIPE policies clearly limit IPv6 assignments to /48 for a single site and you need documents justifying the need for a larger assignment (cf. ripe-738). Of course assignments larger than /48 are allowed but you must be able to justify it.

    IT Service David Froehlich | Individual network and hosting solutions | AS39083 | RIPE LIR services (IPv4, IPv6, ASN)

  • securebitsecurebit Member, Provider

    For MaxMind and some others you can provide correction infos.
    But like IP2Location they dont allow this and use Country from RIPE allocations.

    Securebit AG is an ISP in Switzerland provide VPS and Colocation with Internet Exchange connection to 4IXP, SBIX, DE-CIX, etc.. (www.securebit.ch). We also provide a free Tunnelbroker.ch Service with BGP Dual Stack.

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