In our continuous effort to accompany our valued members through all of their initiatives,
AFRINIC Registration Services Team has drafted 3 guidebooks to help you with IP planning and resources requests:
AFRINIC, in an ongoing effort to better serve its valued members has initiated the survey below to give them the opportunity to evaluate the AFRINIC new member registration and internet resources allocation process.
You are warmly encouraged to complete the survey. Please click here
You can register as an AFRINIC member on the New Membership Registration
Portal (NMRP). You can do so by clicking on "Register" under the main
page "Home". Create an account, log in and follow the instructions on
the portal. Your registration details will be emailed to AFRINIC staff,
copied to you and you will be asked to download the Registration
Services Agreement (RSA), sign it and send it to us.
AFRINIC membership and billing staff will contact you to process your registration
application once these are received.
If you are a registered contact for your organisation you can request
your account to be activated by sending an email to
with your name, Whois NIC-Handle and organisation. Once you are verified
our staff will activate your account and email you a password to sign in with.
Yes. In the resources section select the allocation you want to manage
by clicking on the [+] to expand it. Then add, modify or delete any assignments
you choose. Any changes you make from MyAFRINIC will be instantly updated
in the AFRINIC Whois database.
Support Requests are all the emails that we receive from you or someone
in your organisation for assistance with billing, resources, registration and
technical issues. It helps you to track your latest support issues and
to view email correspondence regarding any particular issue online.
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