Below are charts with information about highlighted ARIN statistics.The data is aggregated by month for the current year. Additional statistics, including historical ARIN statistics and links to statistics of the other Regional Internet Registries is available through the links on the right.
*/24 (class C) equivalents are used as the "common denominator" for measuring the larger (/19s, /16s, etc.) networks that ARIN actually allocates. One /19 equals 32 /24s. One /16 equals 256 /24s.
8.2 Transfers are those addressed by the "8.2. Mergers and Acquisitions" section of the NRPM.
8.3 Transfers are those addressed by the "8.3. Transfers to Specified Recipients" section of the NRPM and 8.4 Transfers are referenced in the "8.4. Inter-RIR Transfers to Specified Recipients" section. 8.4 Transfers were allowed by policy effective 31 July 2012.
Annual Point of Contact Validation Statistics
2016 POC Validation Emails By Month
For information about Point of Contact (POC) records and how they're used at ARIN, please see the "Point of Contact (POC) Records" page.
Direct POCs are associated with an AS number or an IPv4 or IPv6 address block that was issued by ARIN.
Indirect POCs are associated with IPv4 or IPv6 addresses that have been delegated to a customer by an Internet Service Provider, as reported in the ARIN database.
2016 POC Validation Emails Year-To-Date (YTD) and Total Invalid POCs
Total Membership as of 31 March 2016 is 5,320.