It is possible to use IP addresses purchased from our market outside of Heficed Infrastructure. Here is how you can achieve it:

First, make sure that Reassignment is allowed for your subnet. This can be done by navigating to Terminal -> IP Address Market -> IPAM -> Subnet Options -> Details

If subnet reassignment is disallowed, consider ordering a new IP range that can be reassigned. The reassignment option is displayed when ordering a new range:

Once you are ready, follow these simple steps to take away the IPs.

STEP 1. Navigate to IPAM in your Terminal and proceed to 'Assign' the range in question.

STEP 2. Select 'Reassign to specified AS' and proceed to fill in the 'AS Number' field with your AS number. The system will automatically detect the AS Organizations.

It is also possible to add multiple ASN numbers by using the 'Add row' button.

If it is the first time you are reassigning the subnet, it will be required to complete the Declaration of Usage questionnaire. If that is the case, press on 'Fill declaration'.

If you entered a valid AS number and have completed the questionnaire, the button 'Assign' will be active and allow you to proceed further.

In case you have any issues with AS Numbers/Organizations or Declaration of Usage questionnaire, make sure to create a Ticket or contact support@heficed.com

STEP 3. After proceeding further, a new invoice will be created to cover the reassignment fee. More information about it can be found here: LoA and ROA fees

Once the invoice is paid, the system will generate an LOA document that you will be able to download from the IPAM page:

Additionally, you may access details to see more information about the subnet:

Congratulations! Now you may forward this document to your Internet Service Provider so they could accept the announcement of your subnet.

Important! If you require RPKI records created, make sure to request it by creating a Ticket or writing directly to support@heficed.com. Ensure that the subnet and the required AS number are specified in your request.

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