Membership Categories and Fees
Internet Service Provider (ISP)
Internet service providers offering web hosting, co-location, VPS services, and dedicated links. The resources are then assigned to their customers. This category is defined by the number of assigned IPv4 or IPv6 addresses.
See ISP Fees:
Banks, government agencies, universities, etc. The resources are used for their own infrastructure and addresses are not sub-assigned to third parties. This category is defined by the number of assigned IPv4 or IPv6 addresses.
See End-User Fees:
An organization or individual that becomes a LACNIC member without requesting IP addresses.
Adhering Members must be approved by the LACNIC Board and pay the initial membership fee.
Any type of organization legally established in the LACNIC region may request an autonomous system (AS). An AS is a collection of IP address networks that presents a clearly defined and unique routing policy to the Internet. Each AS has an associated number which is used as its identifier when exchanging external routing information.
In order to be assigned an ASN, the corresponding request must be approved, the assignment fee must be paid, and the Registration Services Agreement must be signed.