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    Question IPv4

    Looking to purchase a larger IPv4 block, having a really difficult time finding out how to go about this. Would really appreciate some help.

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    Depends on what you need it for, and what your definition of 'larger' is.

    How many IPs do you need and what do you want to do with them? Depending on your answers, we can offer suggestions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    Depends on what you need it for, and what your definition of 'larger' is.

    How many IPs do you need and what do you want to do with them? Depending on your answers, we can offer suggestions.
    Looking for a /17 for our residential internet clients.

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    Hello,

    That's a large number of IPs. As I'm sure you know, the number of IPv4 addresses remaining is extremely slim, which is why the world is migrating to IPv6. You would probably want to work directly with the number assigner organization (ARIN, RIPE, etc) for your location.

    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlowHost-Daniel View Post
    Hello,

    That's a large number of IPs. As I'm sure you know, the number of IPv4 addresses remaining is extremely slim, which is why the world is migrating to IPv6. You would probably want to work directly with the number assigner organization (ARIN, RIPE, etc) for your location.

    Good luck!

    Thanks! Still in search, but slowly finding some places to get me what I need.

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