National Internet registry

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A National Internet Registry (or NIR) is an organization under the umbrella of a Regional Internet Registry with the task of coordinating IP address allocations and other Internet resource management functions at a national level within a country or economic unit.

NIRs operate primarily in the Asia Pacific region, under the authority of APNIC, the Regional Internet Registry for that region.

The following NIRs are currently operating in the APNIC region:

The following NIRs are currently operating in the Latin American (LACNIC) region:

There are no NIRs operating in the RIPE NCC region.[1]

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  1. ^ http://www.ripe.net/info/resource-admin/news/rir-communique-to-gac.html

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