LACNIC IPv6 Allocations
Allocations of IPv6 address space are made to regional Internet registries according to their needs, based on allocation rates they publish. Specifically, RIRs are eligible for further allocations if their available space of existing allocations is less than 50% of a /12 address block, or less than their necessary space for the following 9 months.
Current Space and Eligibility
|measurements are in /32|
24 Month Forecast
The chart below uses LACNIC's current average allocation rate to forecast their available IPv6 space over the next 24 months. This can be used to estimate if LACNIC will become eligible to apply for additional IPv6 space in the near future.
Allocations by Status
Status of IPv6 addresses allocated to LACNIC.
Allocations by Country
Total number of IPv6 address blocks allocated to individual countries from LACNIC.
Allocations for the Last Six Months
Number of IPv6 addresses allocated by LACNIC to their Local Internet Registries (LIRs) in the last six months.
Fragmented Allocations by Prefix Length
IPv6 address blocks smaller than /32 are considered "fragmented". The chart below shows the number of fragmented blocks held by LACNIC.
Based on LACNIC data published 2019-12-06