RIPE vs ARIN IPs

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  1. reddorado

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    We are thinking about leasing some RIPE IPs, having only ever used ARIN IPs before. Can anyone share their experience with deliverability over RIPE IPs (or other non-ARIN sources, LACNIC, etc) vs ARIN? Assuming the IPs are clean, is it harder to achieve inbox at Yahoo/HM/AOL/etc?

    Much appreciated.
     
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    I have no issues using RIPE ips.
     
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    They are fine if clean. I notice no difference.
     
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    We actually find better delivery during warmup to TLDs (namely Y! and AOl) using a squeaky clean RIPE range.
     
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    Thanks guys! Really appreciate the feedback.
     
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    Reviving an old thread. Thinking about leasing some RIPE space. Everyone still good with these?
     
  7. reddorado

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    Yes RIPE IPs are still working well for us.
     
  8. DaMadHatter

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    RIPE, ARIN, LACNIC, APNIC all work fine as long as they are clean and you manage the reputation effectively.

    Some seem to be weighted differently depending on the ISP/TLD but there is nothing that is an always or never.

    If you're mailing clean data and know how to manage you space, then you should have no issues.
     
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    I should mention that Romanian IPs are no good since they are all hard blocked at AOL as far as I understand.
     
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    That is correct and has been the case since Jan 15, 2013.

    They may be open everywhere else (Yahoo/HM/cables). But AOL has them blocked as country.
     
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    Thanks for the info Reddorado and madhatter!
     

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