National Internet registry: Difference between revisions

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A '''National Internet Registry''' (or '''NIR''') is an organization under the umbrella of a [[Regional Internet Registry]] with the task of coordinating [[IP address]] allocations and other Internet resource management functions at a national level within a [[country]] or economic unit.
 
NIRs operate primarily in the Asia Pacific region, under the authority of [[APNIC]], the Regional Internet Registry for that region.
* [[VNNIC]], Vietnam Internet Network Information Center
* [[Indian Registry for Internet Names and Numbers]]
 
 
 
The following NIRs are currently operating in the Latin American ([[LACNIC]]) region:
* [[Internet governance]]
* [[Local Internet registry]]
 
==References==
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==External links==
* [http://www.nic.mx NIC Mexico website]
* [http://www.nic.cl/ NIC Chile website]
 
==References==
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[[Category:Regional Internet Registries]]