Accessing the Internet Routing Registry (IRR)

An Internet Routing Registry (IRR) is a database where operators can specify their routing policies and make this information publicly available so that other actors who are part of the Internet routing system can use this information to configure their devices.

The LACNIC IRR is available to operators in the region who have access to the MiLACNIC platform. This platform manages the information about the use of IPv4 and IPv6 address blocks and autonomous system numbers assigned in the LACNIC service region.

All objects in the LACNIC IRR are public and available through LACNIC's FTP servers. They can also be queried through various web interfaces and the Whois service.

For more information, we invite you to read the following documentation on the operation of the LACNIC IRR.

Access the IRR

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