Do you meet the criteria?
In particular, an organization is eligible to receive a portable assignment from APNIC if it:
- is currently multihomed with provider-based addresses, or
- demonstrates a plan to multihome within one month; and
- agrees to renumber out of previously assigned address space.
The assignment size for portable assignments made under these terms are:
- IPv6 – a minimum assignment of /48.
Section 10.0. IPv6 assignments of [APNIC-127] APNIC Internet Number Resource Policies
Internet Exchange Points (IXPs)
Internet Exchange Points (IXPs) are eligible to receive a portable assignment from APNIC for use on their IXP transit LAN.
IXPs may request the following assignment sizes:
- IPv6 – a minimum assignment of /48
APNIC may make multiple assignments of these sizes, where justified.
Section 10.1.3. IPv6 for Internet Exchange Point [APNIC-127] APNIC Internet Number Resource Policies
Critical Internet infrastructure is a collective term for all hardware and software systems that constitute essential components in the operation of the Internet.
The following critical infrastructure networks, if operating in the Asia Pacific region, are eligible to receive a portable assignment:
Domain registry infrastructure
- Root domain name system (DNS) server
- Global top level domain (gTLD) DNS server
- Country code TLD (ccTLDs) DNS server
Address registry infrastructure
- Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA)
- Regional Internet Registry (RIRs)
- National Internet Registry (NIRs)
These organizations are entitled to request the following assignment sizes:
- IPv6 – a maximum assignment of /32 per operator
Section 10.1.2. IPv6 critical infrastructure [APNIC-127] APNIC Internet Number Resource Policies
NOTE: Assignments to critical infrastructure are available only to the actual network operators of the network infrastructure performing such functions. Registrar organizations that do not actually host the network housing the registry infrastructure are not eligible for an assignment under this policy.
IPv6 Provider Independent (PI) Assignment
Direct assignment of IPv6 addresses is possible where an organization can demonstrate a valid circumstance to APNIC, in accordance with applicable policies. For examples, please refer to Section 7.2.1 Initial Assignments of the “IPv6 address allocation and assignment policy”.
Note: The minimum assignment under this policy is a /48.
Section 10.1.4 Provider Independent assignment of the APNIC Internet Number Resource Policies