If you are applying for, or have applied for a Janet Network connection, we can assign an IP network number from the Janet Network allocated ranges to your organisation. We can do this through:
Providing IPv6 address space Janet's network backbone is fully enabled for IPv6. If you have a Janet connection, the IPv6 service option is available to you free of charge
Private IP addresses and network address translation (NAT) Makes the best use of a small block of addresses allocated from the globally unique IP address space, and assists in conserving this limited internet resource
IP subnet addressing Makes better use of IP address space; allows IP addresses to be divided into multiple smaller networks or subnets. Effective use of subnets may remove the need to obtain additional address space
To apply for an IP address, please complete the online form.
Benefits and features
Assigned address space
Scalability as your needs change (subject to agreement and notice)
RIPE NCC member - ensures IP addresses comply with their assignment policies
IPv6 address space assigned from within the Janet 2001:0630::/32 prefix
IP addresses are provided for use with a primary connection.
If you are in the process of connecting to the Janet Network, complete the relevant section of the Janet connection and upgrade request form provided, to obtain an initial assignment of Janet addresses
If you have an existing primary connection and need further IP address space to facilitate additional network services, or an additional BCE connection, send an initial email to email@example.com. The requester will then receive login details for the web-based IP request form
The Local Internet Registry (LIR) team administers all IP address requests, assessing member requirements against the appropriate policies before assigning any address space.
IPv6 address space from within the Janet 2001:0630::/32 prefix can also be obtained from the LIR team. Send an initial email to firstname.lastname@example.org; the requester will then receive login details for the web-based IP request form.
For more information on IPv6 and the work that we are doing in this area, please visit our IPv6 project page.