- Transfer Process
- White-Glove Service
Prefixx can create, update, report or correct any geo location records for IPv4 and IPv6 spaces originating out of any of the 5 Regional Internet Registries. We offer a proactive process that includes reporting to all of the major geolocation databases, including:
Prefixx will also help you maintain an accurate geofeed with corresponding database records to ensure that companies not utilizing any of the major databases will still have access to your information to update their records with accordingly.
Never miss another complaint! Prefixx uses an automated abuse complaint processing system which can be enabled for any of our IPv4 leasing customers. A few simple steps will help get your inbound complaints integrated with our system and set up with a streamlined workflow for complaint processing and reporting. Our system can digest clear-text emails but other forms of complaints, such as Shadowserver reports, or Microsoft SNDS data.
Blacklist reporting is part of our diligence process for any transaction. Our real-time monitoring service allows our quality control team to proactively handle any IP abuse incidents and prevent any long-term reputation to your address space.Learn more
Have your reverse domain records hosted by our load balanced DNS platform at no additional cost. Our DNS servers are located in strategic geographic locations to best service our customers. All records can be managed directly through our customer support portal and API.
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.
The allocable address pool managed by the 5 Regional Internet Registries (RIRs) has been fully exhausted. A lot of allocated space is however still not in use, which has opened up an opportunity for companies to offer their space up for transfer through the IPv4 transfer market
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