A RIR, short for Regional Internet Registry is an organization that's responsible for management and allocation of IPv4, IPv6 and ASN Internet number resources within a specific region.
Supernetting is the aggregation of multiple internet ranges of the same IP class. Supernetting is done to decrease the overhead of the continuously growing routing tables, and the physical limitations of the devices using them. Supernetting can only be done with contiguous IPv4 or IPv6 addresses.
A subnet mask is a 32-bit number that is used to divide IP addresses in a class, a common procedure often done in larger allocations for specific assignments or security reasons.
Most Regional Internet Registries (RIR) such as ARIN (in 2015) and RIPE (in 2018) have already exhausted their resources and are now recycling old IP pools and recovering unused space within their region.
The duration of the transfer depends on the corresponding Routing Internet Registry region but consider that any process may take between 10 to 30 days to complete.
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